​​​​​​​​​​​​​Congress of the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis

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From left to right: Editor-in-Chief Joseph E. Safdieh, MD, FAAN, the inaugural Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation Education Scholar and associate professor and vice chairman of neurology for education at Weill Cornell Medicine​; and Stephen Krieger, MD, FAAN, director of the Mount Sinai neurology residency program and a member of the editorial advisory board.​​

Hot off the press from the 2017 Congress of the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis:​

​​October 31–An Asthma Drug Reduces Brain Volume Loss in Progressive MS​​​

October 31–Ozanimod Shows Efficacy in Relapsing-remitting MS

October 31–Is Natalizumab Safe During Pregnancy?

​​October 31–Why MOG Antibody Disease May or May Not Be Part of the Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum​

October 30–High Percentage of MS Patients Have Benign Course

October 30–MAGNIMS and McDonald Criteria Similar in Predicting Conversion to MS

October 30–Debate: Does Radiologically-Isolated Syndrome Require Treatment?​

October 30–Siponimod Found to Slow Disability Progression in Progressive MS​