NIH Charcot Lecture 2018

I delivered my Charcot lecture at the Washington Press Club, to approximately 125 people, last night. My main message was that there are compelling reasons to do MS prevention studies and if we don't start them ASAP we will be letting down the next generation of people who will develop MS. I view this as a ticking time bomb. The continual increase in the incidence of MS across the world, particularly in places like Scotland and central Canada, indicates that we have an epidemic on our hands. Don't you think we need to do something about it?

Thank you for completing the MS prevention survey; I included the results in my talk and one very touching and poignant quote.

As promised I have uploaded my slides onto SlideShare. I hope you can follow the thread.


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