Last summer, Jack Osbourne announced he'd been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and as he told E! News at Elton John's 20th annual Race to Erase MS benefit on Friday, he's still struggling for answers to his questions about the disease, which he noted is the source of "a lot of misconceptions."
"It's not a disease of age, a lot of people think it's for women in their 40s, most commonly, because that is the most common diagnosis, but it's not," he said. "The youngest diagnosis has been of a 3-year-old. So this is a disease that affects everyone differently, much like a fingerprint. It's unique to every single person who has it and that's what makes it so tough." He added that he's active in raising money for research about MS: "I do it for the global cause of like, 'There has to be a solution to this.'"