Jürg Kesselring shares what he considers to be the most promising areas of MS research and his highlights from ECTRIMS-ACTRIMS 2017. Part 2 of 2.
View Part 1 here.
1. What are the most promising areas of MS research? (0:05)
2. Which presentations/data at ECTRIMS–ACTRIMS have interested you the most? (0:59)
3. Do you have a message for young MS specialists in Europe/US? (1:52)
Speaker disclosures: Jürg Kesselring has nothing to disclose in relation to this video interview.
Filmed at the 7th Joint ECTRIMS-ACTRIMS Meeting, Paris, France, October 2017.
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