#ECTRIMS2016 – Daily Conference Followup

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Multiple Sclerosis News Today will offer daily follow-up coverage of the 2016 annual European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) congress Sept. 14-17, in London.

Read more about what’s happening at ECTRIMS this year and how the conference will cover the latest in MS research and treatment.

The world’s largest congress dedicated to multiple sclerosis, a four-day event held this year in London, will include lectures and presentations on new studies on diagnostic criteria, personalized treatment, and research results. There will also be a poster exhibition, scientific program, and 16 teaching courses.

About 9,000 delegates are expected to attend from more than 100 countries. Will you be there?

Wondering about what will be more interesting for patients in ECTRIMS? Read our columnist Ian Frank’s highlights choice of the conference.

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