#CSMC17 in Photos: What’s Happening At The Meeting

The Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC) focuses on improvements and advancements in care for those living with multiple sclerosis.

Typically hosting more than 2,000 attendees and 70 exhibitors, the event is the premier North American educational conference for international clinicians and scientists working in MS care and research, as well as members of more than 60 Veterans Administration MS programs and 225 MS centers in the United States, Canada and Europe.

Read all about CMSC17 here.

The 31st Annual Meeting of the CMSC is taking place May 24-27 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, featuring a four-day agenda filled with lectures, symposia, workshops, roundtables, and dinner programs that will enhance professional practice and improve treatment outcomes in MS.

Today is the third day of the meeting and the MS News Today social media team decided to gather together some images of what’s happening in the venue, compiling them in this article so that you can keep tabs on the event, even if you weren’t able to attend in person.

 

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2 comments

  1. Michelle says:

    Perhaps Dr Ruiz, a hematologist from Puebla, Mexico should have been invited to share the results of 2 years doing non-myoblative hemopoetic stem cell transfusion (HSCT) for patients with MS. This procedure has a 70-80% chance of halting progression and improving symptoms for those with all versions of MS up to an EDSS of 7.0. He has now treated over 300 people from around the world with some remarkable results. To all those with MS, look beyond all the drugs your neurologists want to prescribe. There are other options out there. Also fair warning to you all, your neurologist won’t support your endeavours because well, they’d prefer to keep you on their drugs.

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