Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Compound in fruit peels halts damage and spurs neuronal repair in multiple sclerosis

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This shows apples peelingUrsolic acid, a compound abundant in fruit peels and some herbs, appears to decrease further neural damage and help regenerate myelin in mouse models of multiple sclerosis. Study reveals ursolic acid suppresses TH17 cells, which are one of the main drivers in the pathological autoimmune response of MS.