Genetics and Multiple Sclerosis at #ACTRIMS2016

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In this MSWorld video, Dr. Daniel Kantor talks with Dr. Philip De Jager, Associate Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School about genetics and multiple sclerosis. Could genetics be related with the development of MS? How does this disease develop and evolve?

The ACTRIMS Forum is a great initiative that provides researchers and clinicians in the MS field an opportunity to learn about new discoveries in the pathogenesis and management of the disease.

How does multiple sclerosis develop and progress? Find out more about it here.

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