As part of the study, the researchers examined 123 people who had neither MS nor EBV when their blood samples were first taken. They divided them into two groups. The first, a group of 33 MS patients, contained 32 EBV-positive cases. The second, a control group of 90 people who did not have MS, only contained 51 EBV cases.

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