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 What is the difference between Myasthenia Gravis and Multiple Sclerosis? View Question: faq.askingthedoc.com

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Both Myasthenia Gravis and Multiple Sclerosis are autoimmune diseases, but differ in that MS affects the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord), while MG affects the nerve-muscle communication point of the peripheral nervous system (outside the brain and spinal cord). There is no clear connection between MG and MS.Hope that helps. Question:
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