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Science is a process for answering questions about the natural world. But science cannot be applied successfully to all problems. Here we try to answer questions about how we choose problems to study, how science is done, why it works, and why it sometimes doesn’t.

The cartoon is a picture of a nerve being attacked by T cells. It’s how we think multiple sclerosis is caused. But to understand it completely we still need to find many more answers.

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