NeurologyLive® Friday 5 — June 14, 2024

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Take 5 minutes to catch up on NeurologyLive®'s highlights from the week ending June 14, 2024.

Welcome to NeurologyLive®'s Friday 5! Every week, the staff compiles 5 highlights of NeurologyLive®'s widespread coverage in neurology, ranging from newsworthy study findings and FDA action to expert interviews and peer-to-peer panel discussions.

1: FDA Action Update, May 2024: Approvals, Designations, and Labeling Update

The FDA was busy in May 2024, making a number of decisions on potential new therapeutic agents including approvals, the removal of a clinical hold, designations, and new labeling.

FDA Action Update, May 2024: Approvals, Designations, and Labeling Update

2: Using Social Listening Analyses to Better Characterize Patient Experiences With Narcolepsy: Anne Marie Morse, DO, FAASM

The pediatric neurologist and sleep medicine specialist at Geisinger Medical Center discussed a presentation from SLEEP 2024 highlighting the impacts of narcolepsy and how patients try to mitigate their symptoms. [WATCH TIME: 5 minutes]

Using Social Listening Analyses to Better Characterize Patient Experiences With Narcolepsy: Anne Marie Morse, DO, FAASM

3: Raising the Standard for Stroke Care and Education: Cleveland Clinic’s Minority Stroke Program

The Minority Stroke Program, open since 2019, encompasses a group of highly trained stroke experts who provide high quality care and education for minority ethnic patients presenting with stroke.

Raising the Standard for Stroke Care and Education: Cleveland Clinic’s Minority Stroke Program

4: NeuroVoices: William L. Conte, MD, MS, on Improving Care for LGBTQ+ Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

In this week's NeuroVocies Q&A, the head of the MS Center at Methodist Hospitals discussed the need for inclusive and affirming healthcare practices for patients with multiple sclerosis who identify as LGBTQ+.

NeuroVoices: William L. Conte, MD, MS, on Improving Care for LGBTQ+ Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

5: Stroke: A Looming Threat for Younger Adults

Steven Shapiro, MD, medical director for Stroke Services at RWJBarnabas Health’s Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center, highlighted some of the reasons why stroke occurs in younger adults under the age of 45 and the risk factors as well as preventative measures this population should be aware of.

Stroke: A Looming Threat for Younger Adults
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