Clyde Markowitz From University of Pennsylvania: Improving Public Perception of Multiple Sclerosis and Looking at the Future

February 25, 2016
Adam Hochron

Since its early days the public perception of multiple sclerosis has changed dramatically which has helped doctors better treat the condition. Even still more work remains to be done to help more people navigate the challenges associated with diagnosis and treatment.

Since its early days the public perception of multiple sclerosis has changed dramatically which has helped doctors better treat the condition. Even still more work remains to be done to help more people navigate the challenges associated with diagnosis and treatment.

Having treated multiple sclerosis for many years Clyde E. Markowitz, MD, from the University of Pennsylvania has seen a lot of change in the field which he said is encouraging, but also sees a lot more work that needs to be done to help patients today and in the future. Markowitz was one of several top presenters at the annual ACTRIMS meeting in New Orleans.