NeurologyLive Launches Series of Educational Videos About MS

NeurologyLive Launches Series of Educational Videos About MS

NeurologyLive has launched a series of educational videos intended to provide an overview of the diagnositic methods and treatment options available to multiple sclerosis (MS) patients.

The video series, “Advances in the Diagnosis and Management of Multiple Sclerosis,” also will include future perspectives on upcoming MS therapies, and discuss the measures used to assess patients’ clinical outcomes.

“At the moment, there is no available cure for multiple sclerosis, but treatment plans exist that can modify the course of the disease,” Michael J. Hennessy Jr., president of MJH Associates, parent company of NeurologyLive, said in a press release.

“This cutting-edge video series will explore current treatment options and methods for patients, the value of early treatment and how early identification is related to preserving long-term function,” Hennessy said.

The initiative is part of of NeurologyLive‘s most recent “Peer Exchange” panel discussion among six MS medical experts:

The first part of the video series will be dedicated to the diagnosis of MS, and include a debate about the last revisions implemented in the 2017 McDonald criteria, a set of guidelines designed to aid physicians diagnosing MS in clinical practice.

In addition, the panel of experts will discuss physical signs, as well as the most recent diagnostic tools and technologies currently available that can hasten MS diagnosis and reduce the chances of misdiagnosis.

The videos are available here.

 

Joana is currently completing her PhD in Biomedicine and Clinical Research at Universidade de Lisboa. She also holds a BSc in Biology and an MSc in Evolutionary and Developmental Biology from Universidade de Lisboa. Her work has been focused on the impact of non-canonical Wnt signaling in the collective behavior of endothelial cells — cells that make up the lining of blood vessels — found in the umbilical cord of newborns.
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Joana is currently completing her PhD in Biomedicine and Clinical Research at Universidade de Lisboa. She also holds a BSc in Biology and an MSc in Evolutionary and Developmental Biology from Universidade de Lisboa. Her work has been focused on the impact of non-canonical Wnt signaling in the collective behavior of endothelial cells — cells that make up the lining of blood vessels — found in the umbilical cord of newborns.
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