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Wednesday October 21 2015 09:15 AM

Date for your diary!

FREE event Thursday, 19th November @ 6.30pm, Trinity Biomedical Sciences Building, Pearse Street, Dublin 2

Speakers:

Professor Gavin Giovannoni, Barts Hospital, London:
How will we Treat MS in 2025?

Dr. Eric Downer, Trinity College Dublin: 
From Exercise to Cannabis, exploring therapeutic avenues in MS

Dr. Susan Coote, PHD, Physiotherapist, University of Limerick: 
Exercise in MS

Dr. Chris McGuigan, St Vincents University Hospital: 
The Societal Cost of MS, a patient led study

Author: MS Ireland

Tags: research, ms, multiplesclerosis, exercise, treatms

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