From mechanisms to management: ECTRIMS 2016 presenting the latest research into multiple sclerosis

Written by Peter Brown

Over 8000 of the world’s most prominent clinical and research professionals will soon gather for the 32nd annual ECTRIMS congress to present and learn the latest data within the field of MS. With over 60 sessions over more than 2000 abstracts, this year there will be a particular focus within the topics of imaging, immunomodulation/immunosuppression, clinical assessment tools, long-term treatment monitoring and risk management for disease-modifying treatments. ECTRIMS aims to enhance and promote research and learning among professionals within the field of MS in order to benefit those affected by facilitating communication and collaboration. Key presentations from the 2016 program...

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