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Targeting amyloid in AD – optimism amid controversy


The year 2019 had its share of disappointing drug trials in Alzheimer disease, leading many to question whether anti-amyloid therapies were the optimal strategy. But that view may have shifted with controversial developments later in the year. Read More


Sequencing MS therapies – a changing landscape


Comment by Dr. Virender Bhan – Senior neurologist, Burnaby/Vancouver, BC, Canada.

NeuroSens recently posted a survey on sequencing disease-modifying therapies (DMTs) in multiple sclerosis to investigate whether clinicians’ approaches have changed in the past 2-3 years. The current survey was a follow-up to a series of surveys conducted over a one-year period ending in December 2017 that accompanied an 8-part article on sequencing. (For a summary of those results see Are opinions changing on changing therapies in MS?, NeuroSens, October 22, 2019). Read More