Prof. Maura Pugliatti
University of Ferrara
Prof. Pugliatti MD, PhD, is Assoc. Prof. of Neurology in the Dept. of Biomedical and Surgical Sciences of the University of Ferrara, Italy. She was part of the Multiple Sclerosis Working Group of the European Brain Council’s ‘Value of Treatment for Brain Disorders in Europe’ project.
The Value of Early Treatment in Multiple Sclerosis
The seminar will analyse the findings of the project ‘The Value of Treatment for Brain Disorders in Europe’, with a focus on the work of the Multiple Sclerosis working group study. The talk will explore the existing treatment gaps and the role early treatment/intervention can play in addressing MS.
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