Dena Battle (President, KCCure), a former congressional aide who spent nearly two decades working on tax and healthcare policy—with expertise in health care reimbursement, tax treatment of benefit plans, the orphan-drug tax credit, and corporate research and development policy—discusses medical misinformation on the Internet and the mitigation of doctor-patient discord. Also, Bernard Zalc, MD, reviews a new model that may help correlate demyelination with the evolution of cognitive and motor abilities in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). This new tool, which allows in vivo monitoring, has the potential to advance our knowledge of the link between visual disorders—one of the most common symptoms of multiple sclerosis—and associated demyelination lesions. Keep listening to learn more!
Henriet E, Martin EM, Jubin P, Langui D, Mannioui A, Stankoff B, Lubetzki C, Khakhalin A, Zalc B. Monitoring recovery after CNS demyelination, a novel tool to de-risk pro-remyelinating strategies. Brain. 2023 Mar 30:awad051.
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