Friday December 15th 2017

Sub-optimal Response to Therapy in Disease-free MS Patients: A Paradox? (P6.113)

Conclusions: Our data demonstrates that axonal loss can be detected using corpus callosum index on routine follow up conventional MRI sequences, even among apparently stable patients. We propose axonal loss to be included as a requirement to consider a patient “disease free”, during MS therapy.Disclosure: Dr. Figueira has received personal compensation for activities with Merck Serono, Genzyme Corp., and Novartis. Dr. Figueira has nothing to disclose. Dr. Soares has nothing to disclose. (Source: Neurology)

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Sub-optimal Response to Therapy in Disease-free MS Patients: A Paradox? (P6.113)

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