BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Special New York license plates bearing the Multiple Sclerosis Society logo are funding research into the often disabling disease.
Doctors and other experts from Buffalo's Women & Children's Hospital and the University at Buffalo will talk Thursday about some of the research into pediatric MS that's being made possible by $10,000 from the plates. They come with a $25 annual service charge.
State lawmakers earlier this week announced release of the funds.
Multiple sclerosis is a chronic disease that attacks the central nervous system. Symptoms can range from numbness in the limbs to paralysis and loss of vision.
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