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Melville, NY - a Round Table MS discussion Plus Focus on MS
Calendar:
MS Views and News
Date:
07.22.2017 11:00 am - 2:30 pm
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RSVP Required to attend as showing below


A Multiple Sclerosis Round Table Discussion with expert MS Neurologists
Stephen Krieger, MD and Stephen Newman, MD and will have a candid discussion (with each other) relating to the topics showing below. Program attendees will listen as the Neurologists give their perspectives.

Topics being discussed:
 Gaining a deeper understanding MS - -- Understanding the Leaky Pool and its concept
 The rapidly changing MS landscape - -- DMT Treatment options and emerging therapies
 Recognizing MS Relapse and Treatment Options — Communicating your needs with your healthcare team
 Empowering patients to be active participants in their healthcare
 Hearing what you need to know about healthy lifestyle choices and overall impacts on quality of life

After the Neurologists’ discussion, **Join** the conversation an interactive Q&A with these experts! 45 minutes of dialogue + 45 minutes of Q&A


Following the Round table: “Change your FOCUS with MS”
Presented by: Cherie C. Binns, RN BS MSCN
Focusing on the challenges of MS while developing clear strategies to overcome these encounters, while making forward progress. 35 mins + Q&A

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PROGRAM Date: Saturday, July 22nd 2017
10:50am – Check-in / 11:25am – Program Begins
with Complimentary Lunch
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Location: Melville Marriott of Long Island
1350 Walt Whitman Road – Melville, NY 11747
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R.S.V.P. Required
Register ONLINE at: www.events.msvn.org --if no internet, call (800) 871-1664 - Ext 102
Program limited to The MS Patient plus (1) Guest
No children under the age of 16 unless the child has MS
This Program was made possible with an educational grant from: Teva Neuroscience

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