Has anyone else seen this article? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-16086004 - it’s about how they’ve found a genetic link and a link to vit D deficiency to MS. I’m glad that they’re not sitting on their hands as much as I thought they were, but, really, DUH!! All you’ve got to do is look at where the MS is geographically and then look at the people who have it. The majority of people who attend my local MS Therapy Centre in Aberdeen (incl me, and my mum when she went) have light hair/skin/eyes, so would be prone to sunburn, so will avoid being in the sun if they can, not that this is a huge problem in NE Scotland. There are far too many instances of relatives having it for there not to be a genetic link - eg, in my family there’s me, my mother, and one of her aunts was in a wheelchair but they didn’t know what was wrong with her.
Not sure if taking Vit D now is closing the barn door after the horse has gone. I tried taking it for about a year, but didn’t see any difference, and generally, I think my MS is a bit worse than it was a year ago, esp my walking.