#CMSC16 – A Personalized Approach to Multiple Sclerosis

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At this year’s Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (#CMSC16), one of the topics being discussed is the current course of personalized medicine.

Bruce Cohen, MD and Patricia Coyle, MD will make a presentation regarding the subject titled “A 3 Dimensional View of a Personalized Approach to Multiple Sclerosis: Effective Current and Emerging Therapy”.

This year, Multiple Sclerosis News Today will offer expanded coverage of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers in National Harbor, Maryland from June 1-4. Our five-person news team will publish feature articles on the presentations, exclusive video interviews from the convention floor with leading MS researchers and professionals, and live social media coverage and live streaming.

Until then, learn more about personalized medicine by watching this presentation on the “Benefits of Integrating a Patient Electronic Diary in Personalized Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis Healthcare” by Prof. Ariel Miller, Technion in this 2013 Technion video.

You can follow the action live on social media with both the #CMSC16 and #msnewstoday hashtags or here: http://bit.ly/1QN5JzQ

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