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In this webcast from The International Progressive MS Alliance a panel of experts discuss insights into understanding what causes progression, finding ways to shorten the time it takes to conduct clinical trials and identifying potential treatment breakthroughs.

COVID-19 is a big concern for people with MS. Early efforts are underway to understand the impact the virus is having on people with MS and what strategies can help minimise its effect. Discover what is being learned through studies at a global level, in Italy, North America and elsewhere.

Jon Strum facilitates the panel discussion. Jon is joined by Professor Alan Thompson, Chair of the Progressive MS Alliance Scientific Steering Committee and Pro Vice-Provost and Dean of the Faculty of Brain Sciences at University College London; Professor Maria Pia Sormani, University of Genoa, biostatistics expert in MS and lead in a COVID-19 and MS study; and Timothy Coetzee, PhD, Chief Advocacy, Service and Research Officer at the National MS Society (U.S.) and member of the Alliance Scientific Steering Committee.

Published: 2020

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