2015 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers

2015 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers | CMSC 2015

CMSC 2015 will bring together "all groups committed to improving the lives of people with MS: neurologists, radiologists, physiatrists, other medical specialists, clinical researchers, basic scientists, nursing professionals, rehabilitation specialists, mental health professionals, members of the non-profit community and the corporate supporters." The meeting will feature "state-of-the-art information on the latest treatments, research, models of care, epidemiology, genetics, and much more."

Conference Coverages

Q&A With Alan J. Thompson of University College London: Alliance Looks to Take Study of Progressive Multiple Sclerosis to next Level
Q&A With Alan J. Thompson of University College London: Alliance Looks to Take Study of Progressive Multiple Sclerosis to next Level VIDEO
With research of progressive multiple sclerosis lagging behind that of the relapsing form of the condition a group of the top minds from around the world is looking to speed up the process to help patients that need it most.
Q&A With Robert Lisak from Wayne State University School of Medicine: New Research and Treatments Highlight CMSC Agenda VIDEO
It was a busy few days in Indianapolis for the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers. The annual meeting highlighted not only new treatments currently available to patients but also work coming down the pipeline for future options.
Q&A With Anne Cross from Washington University School of Medicine: Additional Treatments Could Provide Benefit to Patients With Multiple Sclerosis VIDEO
The development of new monoclonal antibodies could provide benefit for patients with multiple sclerosis in the future. Exactly how they will be used and what their usage could mean for treatment remains to be determined.
Q&A With Anne Cross from Washington University School of Medicine: Considering Diet in Multiple Sclerosis Treatment VIDEO
There are many things patients with multiple sclerosis can do to help in their own treatment of the condition. Research is looking at how diet can help improve quality of life and make a difference in the bigger picture.
Q&A With Colleen Harris From the University of Calgary MS Clinic: Team Approach Benefits Multiple Sclerosis Patients in Relapse VIDEO
One of the scariest things a patient with multiple sclerosis can experience is a relapse of their symptoms, particularly after a period of calm. How they are treated can determine their quality of life going forward.
Q&A With Alicia Sloan From the VA MS Center of Excellence West: Yoga Shows Benefits for Patients with Multiple Sclerosis VIDEO
When it comes to stretching and exercise one of the most common options for many people is yoga. While there are some considerations to work with, some studies have shown it can also be beneficial for patients with multiple sclerosis.
Q&A With Alan J. Thompson of University College London: Treatment of Progressive Multiple Sclerosis a High Priority in Medical Field VIDEO
Treatment of the relapsing form of multiple sclerosis has come a long way in recent years. The hope by researchers now is that treatment for progressive multiple sclerosis could be coming up sooner rather than later.
Q&A With Michael P. Pappano From the University of Pennsylvania Health System: Mindfulness Based Stressed Reduction in Multiple Sclerosis Treatment VIDEO
A growing trend in the medical community is the use of a technique known as mindfulness based stress reduction. While the results have shown to be inconclusive in the treatment of multiple sclerosis there is work being done to show its efficacy in helping patients.
Q&A With Roberta Winter of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago: Alternative Medicine and its Benefits of Stress Relief for Patients with Multiple Sclerosis VIDEO
Patients with multiple sclerosis face stress from a variety of sources. How they address that stress can make a significant difference in their overall quality of life.

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