2016 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers | CMSC 2016

The 2016 annual meeting of the CMSC will "provide MS healthcare professionals with the most up-to-date information to positively impact both clinical practice and research" by offering the latest news and research on new and emerging MS therapies, neuroimaging and biomarkers, rehab, and more.

Conference Coverages

Clyde Markowitz From University of Pennsylvania: Moving Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Forward for All
Clyde Markowitz From University of Pennsylvania: Moving Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Forward for All VIDEO
It was not that long ago when doctors would sometimes not discuss the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis with their patients. Now not only is it a condition they can diagnose but treatment is also progressing by leaps and bounds.
Patricia Coyle: Treating Multiple Sclerosis Beyond Disease Modifying Therapies VIDEO
Newly approved and longstanding treatment options are definitely an important part of the overall care picture but there is more work for a doctor to do beyond filling out a prescription pad.
Patricia Coyle from Stony Brook University: Moving Care of Progressive Multiple Sclerosis Forward VIDEO
As the treatment of relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis continues to add new treatment methods patients with progressive forms of the condition are still waiting for their first approved medication to manage their symptoms.
Cheri Roseberry from the University of Arizona College of Nursing: How to Cope with Uncertainty in Multiple Sclerosis VIDEO
Acknowledging that uncertainty is a key factor in the care and treatment of multiple sclerosis is part of a solution to a problem, finding the best way to deal with that uncertainty is another issue that must be confronted by patients and doctors alike.
Cheri Roseberry from the University of Arizona College of Nursing: Studying Uncertainty and Other Factors in Multiple Sclerosis Care VIDEO
From the time a patient is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis there are often more questions than answers for extended periods of time. What that means for their care and management of symptoms is the subject of a recent study.
Fred Lublin from Mount Sinai Medical Center: Why Relapses Matter in Multiple Sclerosis Care VIDEO
With a lot of the attention in multiple sclerosis care turning to finding treatments for progressive forms of the disease those who suffer relapses are in some ways being left in the shadows of treatment discoveries and care.
Matt Mandel from Sanofi Genzyme: Taking a Closer Look at a Problem Close to Home with VsMS VIDEO
A recently concluded survey looked at issues most affecting patients with multiple sclerosis that they may not have been willing or able to discuss with health care providers but could help others with the condition in the future.
Rosalind Kalb from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society: The Future of Multiple Sclerosis Care and Patient Support Groups VIDEO
New medications are constantly being developed and approved for the treatment of multiple sclerosis. How those treatments are used and what the future holds for the disease remains to be seen.
Rosalind Kalb from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society: Gender Plays Role in Multiple Sclerosis Care and Treatment VIDEO
There are known differences between men and women when it comes to multiple sclerosis and the likelihood of developing the disease. There are also differences in how best to treat patients given their gender.

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