Webinar: Multiple Sclerosis Management During COVID-19

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Watch Mitzi J. Williams, MD, lead a discussion of the latest best practice guidance and real-world cases of COVID-19 in patients with multiple sclerosis.

Mitzi Joi Williams, MD

Mitzi Joi Williams, MD

Patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) are among one of the top demographics significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Faced with an increased risk of susceptibility, this population is looking to the health care community for guidance on how this risk may impact their current treatment regimens and what they can do to best protect themselves.

While the information regarding COVID-19 infections changes hour by hour, there is a growing pool of real-world reports and experiences being shared online from MS specialists around the world.

In an effort to bring you the latest information being reported and updated guidance from leading MS organizations, NeurologyLive has partnered with the Women Neurologists Group on the live webinar: Impact of COVID-19 on Multiple Sclerosis Management.

The presentation is given by Mitzi Joi Williams, MD, assistant professor of neurology at Emory University and founder and Medical Director of Joi Life Wellness MS Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Williams provides an overview of the latest guidelines, review recently reported cases from neurologists from around the world, and address concerns about adapting patient care.

The full webinar can be viewed below, or you can register and view it on On24.

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