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Arrow Webinar January 26 on reclassifying MS

There is an article in The Lancet proposing a reclassification of MS--abandoning the categories of RRMS, SPMS, RPMS, PPMS. Now ECTRIMS is conducting a Webinar about this proposed new method of classifying MS:

ECTRIMS Webinar: Redefining How MS is Classified

Summary of the Lancet article:

Multiple sclerosis progression: time for a new mechanism-driven framework - ScienceDirect
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