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Thursday, October 15, 2009

Disease Modifying Therapies

National MS Society's MS Learn Online Presents
Today's new Feature Presentation:

Disease Modifying Therapies
featuring Fred Lublin, MD

This two-part video webcast series explores:

  • Altering the disease course
  • Treatment options
  • Is my therapy right for me?
  • Side effects
  • Other strategies

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3 comments:

sherri said...

I'm very disappointed that low-dose naltrexone was not mentioned. It's been a life saver for me!

Stuart said...

I am merely a messenger of information..

And By the way, while I know that LDN has helped many, it is still not an approved med for MS, by our FDA ..

I think that all of those LDN organizations need to do something about it's Status

Stuart said...

READ a new posting I just put onto Blog called: 'Life-Changing' MS Drug Could Save NHS £300 Million A Year, UK

It was posted today - October 22, 2009