How a blood test and the use of artificial intelligence in MRIs could be game-changers
New, life-changing treatments are urgently needed for people with progressive MS. A major obstacle is the lack of a quick way to detect whether a therapy is working, since progression can occur slowly. The search has been on for biomarkers that can predict disease activity and detect response to therapy.
In this webcast from The International Progressive MS Alliance, learn how using artificial intelligence in MRIs and routine blood tests could result in biomarkers to predict disability and disease progression. New biomarkers would speed clinical trials of new treatments.
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