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World MS Day 2013
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Professor Stephen Hauser receives the Charcot Award
Professor Stephen L. Hauser received the 2013 Charcot Award at ECTIRMS for his pioneering studies in MS genetic susceptibility and role in translating immunologic findings into clinical trials.

2014 Annual Meeting
The 2014 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC) and the Sixth Cooperative Meeting with Americas Committee of Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ACTRIMS) will be held on May 28-31 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas, Texas.
The meeting is unique in bringing together all groups committed to improving the lives of people with MS: neurologists, physiatrists, other medical specialists, clinical researchers, basic scientists, nursing professionals, rehabilitation specialists, counselors, members of the non-profits community and the corporate supporters whose driven many pharmaceutical and technological advances during the past two decades. The content of the meeting includes state-of-the-art information on the latest treatments, research, models of care, epidemiology, genetics, and much more. The CMSC is proud to partner with thousands of MS professionals who work in healthcare, community service, the pharmaceutical industry and education.
You will live a different life from what you have known before, but it is definitely not over for you. Divert your energies towards your well-being and do this with complete determination.
The Multiple Sclerosis Society of India (MSSI) is a charitable non-profit voluntary organization founded in the year 1985.


Our special invitees are Prof.David Bates & Prof. Sorensen (UK). This will be an interaction session with our patients about the updates and the latest developments in MS.
This is an opportunity for all the MS persons, care takers, family members etc.,  to interact with the Doctors from UK & clarify their doubts regarding CCSVI, STEM CELL etc. etc.,


Prabal Malakar's Interview


As a test pilot, my job was to progressively expand the operational “envelope” (range) of a new aircraft and thereafter clear it for use. In MS we start with a full operational range of movement which gradually contracts as the disease progresses. Our endeavour is to stop or delay the rate of contraction. My movements may be restricted but not my spirit.



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