National Multiple Sclerosis Society
The pace of research in MS is unparalleled in the neurological and immune-mediated disease world. The National MS Society recognizes that the complexity of MS necessitates a comprehensive approach that will uncover solutions for everyone:
Since its founding by Sylvia Lawry in 1946, the Society has been at the core of virtually every major breakthrough in treating and understanding the disease.
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Jessie Huisinga, PhD; Sharyl Fyffe-Maricich, PhD; and Ellen Mowry, MD, MCR, describe their research in multiple sclerosis.
Tariq Bhatti, MD, Duke Eye Center & Duke University Medical Center
Live Broadcast on Sept. 26 at 10 a.m. ET