The aims of this educational meeting, held in Vienna, Austria, were to explore the significant advances that have occurred in multiple sclerosis (MS) management over the past two decades.
(PRWEB UK) 3 June 2014
European Neurological Review, the peer-reviewed journal, publish Proceedings of the Meeting: Multiple Sclerosis Management – A Changing Landscape 2013, held on 26–27 April 2013 in Vienna, Austria. The keynote lecture was given by Fred D. Lublin (New York, New York, US), who outlined present and future challenges in the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS).
The aims of this educational meeting, held in Vienna, Austria, were to explore the significant advances that have occurred in multiple sclerosis (MS) management over the past two decades, to highlight modern-day perspectives and challenges and to consider the impact of the new oral first-line treatments expected to enter the MS market shortly. The meeting was attended by 372 delegates with neurological interests from 30 countries and was opened by Per Soelberg Sørensen (Copenhagen, Denmark).
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