NfL Mirrors Some Life Quality Aspects Felt by Patients, More Work Needed

NfL Mirrors Some Life Quality Aspects Felt by Patients, More Work Needed

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NfL Mirrors Some Life Quality Aspects Felt by Patients, More Work Needed

Levels of neurofilament light (NfL), a protein marker of neuronal damage, appear to capture some aspects of patient‐perceived physical and functional abilities with multiple sclerosis (MS), as well as their utilization of select healthcare services, a real-world study suggests. Its researchers, however, stress that more work is needed before NfL levels might be considered a relevant biomarker of a patient’s general quality of life. The study, “Serum neurofilament levels and patient‐reported outcomes in multiple sclerosis,” was published…

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