MS is commoner in the Middle East and North Africa than I thought. Why? #MENACTRIMS2016 #NewsSpeak #MSBlog #BrainHealth
"The following is the programme for the 2016 MENACTRIMS meeting in Amman, Jordan. I will be giving two talks and presenting several posters at the meeting. As usual I will be posting my presentations and posters on SlideShare for you all to read and browse. My first poster is on our 'Brain Health: Time Matters' policy. The policy document is beginning to get some traction. We have increased the number of organisations who have endorsed, or supported, the policy and we are in the process of doing some translations. We are also eager to find some local champions to promote the policy document in their own countries. The good news is that I have found a few neurologists already at this meeting who are keen to help with the initiative in their own countries. If you have not done so already, please download and read the document and if you are supportive of its principles please pledge your support online. The more people we have doing so the more likely we are going to get adoption of the policy document. It is for a good cause. Thank you."
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