- •Multiple sclerosis (MS) is related with an elevated cardiovascular (CVD) mortality.
- •Persons with MS present several altered cardiovascular risk factors.
- •In MS, fat mass appears to be an important risk factor.
- •Normalizing fat mass in MS should be an important part of CVD prevention.
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