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Identifying Those at Risk of Falling in Multiple Sclerosis

March 08, 2021

By Victoria Johnson

Ishu Arpan, PhD, senior research associate at Oregon Health & Science University, discussed her team’s investigations into identifying patients with MS at risk of falling.

Telestroke Capacity Linked to Increased Odds of Reperfusion Treatment, Lower Mortality

March 08, 2021

By Marco Meglio

Increases in reperfusion treatment were the largest in lowest-volume hospitals, among rural residents, and among patients aged 85 years and older.

This Week on NeurologyLive — March 8, 2020

March 08, 2021

By NeurologyLive Staff

Here's what is coming soon to NeurologyLive.

AXO-AAV-GM2 Administered to First Patient in GM2 Gangliosidosis Trial

March 07, 2021

By Matt Hoffman

The 2-stage study is an open-label, 2-stage clinical trial designed to evaluate safety and dose-escalation (stage 1) and safety and efficacy (stage 2) of surgically delivered AXO-AAV-GM2.

Fatigue Severely Impacts Quality of Life, Work Productivity in MS

March 07, 2021

By Marco Meglio

Patients having a relapse, confirmed disability accumulation, or worsening in fatigue had significant negative impact on each of the work productivity and activity impairment measures.

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