Rhonda Voskuhl From UCLA School of Medicine: ACTRIMS Conference Shows Progressive MS Treatment Moving Forward

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There may not yet be an approved treatment for progressive multiple sclerosis but as more attention is put on the condition that could begin to change rapidly in the near future.

There may not yet be an approved treatment for progressive multiple sclerosis but as more attention is put on the condition that could begin to change rapidly in the near future.

The work being done in this area of patient care was the focus of the annual ACTRIMS conference in New Orleans. Rhonda Voskuhl, MD, from the UCLA school of Medicine discussed some of the highlights from the conference and what it can mean for doctors working to help their patients and the patients still waiting for better treatment options to be made available to them.

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