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Sunday, September 22, 2013

REGISTER to listen to a Live Webcast of our 2013 MS Symposium

LIVE - This Coming Saturday - September 28th 

For the many over the last couple of years, who have wanted to
attend one of our Multiple Sclerosis Education program events, 
now it will be possible and directly from your home.

YES! It will be possible as we will host our 2013 MS Symposium
this coming Saturday, September 28th,

This program will be accessible (LIVE) to anybody with an
internet connection, from anywhere in the world.

Join us in Doral, Florida on September 28th  for our annual 
Symposium via your internet connection.

The Feed for this program will begin at approx 10:20am

The Program begins at 10:30am ET
( this program ends at approx 3pm ET)

Click here for more information 

REGISTER to listen to this Live Webcast

MS Symposium 2013 -   LIVE   UPSTREAM  VIA   INTERNET
                       CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


Tamara Sellman said...

Will it be possible to get a recording of the live webcast after the fact? I'd love to listen but will be at my daughter's performance all day on Sept 28 so will miss it.

Stuart said...

The archived video of this program can be found on our You Tube Channel at: