About 400,000 Americans and 2.5 million people worldwide suffer from MS.
Onset generally occurs between the ages of 20 and 50 years in 70% of patients with the average age about 30. It rarely develops before age 15 or after age 60.
MS is about 2.5 times more common among women than men. The gender gap is strongest among people who develop MS at a younger age. However, some research indicates that men may be more disabled by the disease than women.
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