2/16/2017 by Editor
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Retired neurologist turned patient advocate Seth Morgan has seen the progress in multiple sclerosis treatments, but he warns that we’re headed in the wrong direction.
“We’ve lost some of the priorities for the research that needs to be done,” says Morgan, who gave up practicing after his MS diagnosis.
“We’ve lost that important voice and thought process in determining the science that needs to be answered.”
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