More MS news articles for June 2001

How to Make Sense of Clinical Trials

19 June 2001

New treatments for MS are constantly being tested in clinical trials, and many patients pay close attention their results, hoping to learn about the latest medication that will change their lives. But the data from these trials is easy to misinterpret, and this can lead to unnecessary fears or false hopes.
A videobroadcast recorded live on April 5, 2001 discusses how to interpret clinical trial data.

Hosted by David R. Marks, MD , WVIT-TV, Connecticut (NBC), this webcast features Frederick Munschauer, MD ; State University of New York, Buffalo and Jeffrey Greenstein, MD ; Temple University School of Medicine, PA, who will cover topics such as:

What is a prospective, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial? .