Monthly Archives: October 2016

Late-breaking ECTRIMS 2016 session unveils new biomarkers, real-world treatment comparisons, and clinical trial results

Each year ECTRIMS ends with a bang as late-breaking research news is presented first thing in the morning. Presenters at the late-breaking news session deliver the newest key findings of pivotal studies and clinical trials. At the session, we heard about a new potential biomarker that can help evaluate the success of progressive MS trials, the effectiveness of available MS disease-modifying therapies in the real world, and topline results from clinical trials of emerging progressive MS and symptom management treatments. Read on for highlights from the ECTRIMS late-breaking news session.


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