Q&A With Emmanuelle Waubant of UCSF: Treating Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis

Doctors treating patients with pediatric multiple sclerosis often turn to the same treatments as adult patients. While there are some unique characteristics and more work is being done in the field, these seem to give the best hope of maintaining a high quality of life for the young patients.

Doctors treating patients with pediatric multiple sclerosis often turn to the same treatments as adult patients. While there are some unique characteristics and more work is being done in the field, these seem to give the best hope of maintaining a high quality of life for the young patients.

Emmanuelle Waubant, MD, from the University of California at San Francisco discussed how treatment has advanced for these patients over the past decade and where the work is going for the future during the American Academy of Neurology's annual meeting in Washington DC.