Some MS dates for your 2017 diary

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Happy New Year

Yes, it has arrived at last and so, today, I bring you a calendar of notable events that are planned for the next 12 months. Please note that this is not meant to be a complete or exhaustive list, just those I have picked out for your diaries.

To make it easier to find out more details, each event listed below includes a link to the organiser’s website.

February

22-23 Advanced Curriculum for Multiple Sclerosis, A pre-ACTRIMS Forum 2017 program, Orlando, Florida, USA.

23-25 ACTRIMS Forum 2017, Orlando, Florida, USA.

March

Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, USA – The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA).

3-9 MS Week, UK.

7-13 MS Awareness Week, USA.

23-26 11th World Congress in Controversies in Neurology (CONy), Athens, Greece. (MS March 24).

May

Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, Canada.

19-20 EMPS (European MS Platform) Spring Conference, Athens, Greece.

24-27 CMSC (Consortium of MS Centers) Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.

31 World MS Day 2017. The theme will be ‘Life with MS’.

October

25-28 Seventh joint ECTRIMS (European Committee for Treatment and Research in MS) ACTRIMS (Americas Committee for Treatment and Research in MS) meeting, Paris, France.

All the very best for the 12 months ahead, wherever you are.

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ian-skype_edited50shadesofsun.com is the personal website of Ian Franks, who is Managing Editor (columns division) of BioNews Services. BioNews is owner of 50 disease/disorder-specific news and information websites – including MS News Today. Ian has enjoyed a successful career as a journalist, from reporter to editor, in the print media. During that career he gained a Journalist of the Year award in his native UK. He was diagnosed with MS in 2002 but continued working until mobility problems forced him to retire early in late 2006. He now lives in the south of Spain. Besides MS, Ian is also able to write about both epilepsy and cardiovascular matters from a patient’s perspective and is a keen advocate on mobility and accessibility issues.

 

 

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