Question: Who is most likely to get MS?

Race. White people, particularly those of Northern European descent, are at highest risk of developing MS . People of Asian, African or Native American descent have the lowest risk.

Who would be the most likely person to be diagnosed with MS?

Age: Most people are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, although MS can occur in young children and older adults. Geography: In general, MS is more common in areas farthest from the equator.

What are my chances of getting MS?

The average risk of developing MS in the United States is roughly 3.5 in 1,000, or less than half of one percent. For first-degree relatives (such as a child or sibling), the risk increases to three or four percent.

What gender is most likely to get MS?

Every week in the U.S., about 200 people are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis , or MS. According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, four times as many women have MS as men, and more and more women are developing it.

What country has the most multiple sclerosis?

The countries with the highest prevalence of multiple sclerosis include Canada, San Marino, Denmark, and Sweden. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease that affects communication in parts of the nervous system and damages the brain and spinal cord.

Why is MS so high in Canada?

It is most often diagnosed in young adults, aged 15 to 40, but it could also affect young children. Scientists have long-theorized that a lack of sun in countries such as Canada and the United Kingdom could be behind the high MS rates as countries closest to the equator have the lowest rates of the disease.

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