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MS: Exploring With the Experts

Hear What Key Thought Leaders Are Saying About MS

Practitioners with years of experience treating multiple sclerosis share their insights on a variety of important topics in the field, including cognitive impairment, Grey Matter pathology, and early damage.

Each video features the following 3 HCPs: Adil Javed, MD, PhD; Bhupendra Khatri, MD; and John Kramer, PA

Speakers featured in videos are paid consultants of Celgene, a Bristol-Myers Squibb Company.

Keeping Cognition in Mind

Experts discuss the impact of cognitive impairment on patients with MS.

Grey Matter: A Strong Predictor

An incisive conversation about why Grey Matter pathology is so important in MS and why it has taken center stage in recent years.

Early Damage, Early Impact

A frank discussion about the early damage caused by MS and its potential impact on patient lives.

The Thalamus in MS

Experienced practitioners talk about the importance of the thalamus and the strong correlation between thalamic atrophy and disability in patients with MS.

One-on-One Interviews

Thought leaders provide clinical insights on key topics in MS

Adil Javed, MD, PhD, on Cognition

Although MS patients tend to be more concerned about physical disability, Dr Javed talks about the importance of cognitive impairment in MS and the tools currently available to test for declining cognitive function.

Bhupendra Khatri, MD, on GM Pathology

Dr Khatri explains why MS experts are increasingly focusing their attention on Grey Matter pathology as a target in MS, emphasizing the strong correlation between GM damage and patient disability.

John Kramer, PA, on Early Damage

  John Kramer, PA, emphasizes the need to consider Grey Matter pathology early in the course of MS, noting that deep Grey Matter structures may atrophy faster than other parts of the brain.

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