Progressive MS Teleconference
Multiple sclerosis is a progressive disease for which no cure has yet been found. Although we have treatments to manage the disease course, they are only partially effective, which means that some people’s MS will worsen in spite of everything they and their doctors do to try and prevent it.
While researchers are working to identify new and better strategies to stop that progression, people whose MS has become more disabling—and their family members and friends—need information about how to manage the challenges they face. Therefore, each year the Hampton Roads Chapters collaborates with other chapters across the East Coast to provide a teleconference specifically targeted for those with advanced MS.
Each teleconference lasts just one hour and is accessible via a toll-free number. You can ask questions or just listen to the information. Best of all, you can do so from the privacy of your own home.
Management and Rehabilitation of Advanced MS
Guest Speaker: George H. Kraft, M.D., M.S.
•Director of the Western Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Center and Alvord Professor of MS Research
•Professor, Rehabilitation Medicine and Neurology at the University of Washington in Seattle