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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Forum

Dedicated to the exchange of key clinical data for managing MS

MS Forum aims to bring the scientific community closer together. It is specifically developed to keep you up-to-date with the newest scientific info, relevant to your clinical practice.

MS Forum allows you to:

  • View slides of key publications and key abstracts presented at congresses
  • Search and download slides to prepare your own presentations
  • Easily edit downloaded slides in PowerPoint™
  • Create your own slide library 

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Pedro Oliva Nacarino

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Ricardo C. Ginestal

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Approach and principles

The MS Forum programme aims at providing specialists with key data from major publications and the highlights from major neurological congresses (in the form of slides in PowerPoint). For the MS Forum programme, a number of experienced neurologists and radiologists, called MS Forum reporters, will attend the annual meetings of e.g. the American and European Academy of Neurology and ECTRIMS.

Search the slide library easily

Working on a presentation on MS? Search our slide set database for the information of your interest. Every slide you find can be added to your personal selection. This selection can be saved to your personal user account, so you can consult/browse or export it later.

Export slide selections to PowerPoint and/or PDF

Export and save slides you selected in PowerPoint file format and/or as a PDF. Edit and copy the slides to deliver your own high-quality presentations, or store them as useful background information for your clinical practice.

Create your own personal slide selections

Search our slide set database for the information of your interest. Every slide can be added to your personal selection. This selection can be saved to your personal user account, so you can consult/browse or export it later.

Manage your own slide library and make annotations

Edit and copy the slides to deliver your own high-quality presentations, or store them as useful background information for your clinical practice. Export and save slides you selected onto your hard drive in PowerPoint file format and/or as a PDF.