Hi all! I went to a MS conference yesterday presented by Dr. Omar Khan, who is the director of Wayne State University Multiple Sclerosis Research Center and as I understand, is a big-wig for MS research and development. The purpose of the conference, which was given to many well-known medical, and will be given at the upcoming Consortium, was strategies for MS treatment, effect on repair and remyelination...what is coming up for us soon. I won't clog up the discussion thread here, but I wanted to invite you all to view my journal to see what I learned. We're coming upon some HUGE changes for diagnosis and treatment options that we will see within the near future, and I'm very hopeful for what is around the corner. xoxoxo to all! :)
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