2021 CMSC Annual Meeting

Tag: (5)Department of Neurology

Poster-Relapse Therapy

Results from a Multicenter, Randomized, Double Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study of Repository Corticotropin Injection for Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis

Background: Patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) may experience acute relapses that are nonresponsive (20-35%) to...

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Poster-Programs

The Multiple Sclerosis at Home Access Program (MAHA): New Challenges for Those Living with Multiple Sclerosis and Significant Disability during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Background: Abundant evidence supports disparity in health care delivery for persons with disability. These disparities may be magnified...

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Poster-Disease-modifying Therapy

Long-Term Effect of Siponimod on MRI Outcomes in Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis: Analyses from the Expand Study up to 5 Years

Background: In the Phase 3 EXPAND core study, siponimod compared with placebo significantly reduced disability progression, cognitive...

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Poster-Disease-modifying Therapy

Analyses of the Effect of Baseline Age on the Efficacy and Safety of Siponimod in Patients with Active Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis from the Expand Study

Background: Siponimod is a selective S1P receptor (S1P1 and S1P5) modulator, approved in the USA for treatment of relapsing forms of MS,...

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Platform-Disease Management

Development and Usability Testing of a Patient-Based Digital Tool to Detect Early Signs of Changes in Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms and Progression: Your MS Questionnaire

Background: The validated physician-completed MSProDiscussTM tool facilitates physician-patient interaction in evaluating early signs of...

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Platform-Disease Modifying Therapies

Recently Diagnosed Early-Stage RRMS: Neda, ARR, Disability Progression, Serum Neurofilament and Safety: 1-Year Interim Data from the Ocrelizumab Phase IIIb ENSEMBLE Study

Background: Early treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS) and rapid onset of therapeutic effect provide long-term benefits on disease...

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