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2015: A world without MS?

[Note: I went to last year's convention. It was very informative and I would recommend it to other people with MS]

May, 2004
Multiple Sclerosis Society

16th and 17th October, 2004
Warwick Conference Centre, UK

Book your place
The National MS Convention is free for anyone wishing to attend, but you do need to pre-register.
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The MS Society hopes that 2015 may be the beginning of the end for MS. Find out at the 2004 National MS Convention how researchers are working with us to make this happen.

What's happening at the Convention?

MS Lectures
A series of lectures covering the future for people with MS. Featured topics will be:

MS specialists will also be on hand to discuss issues facing people living with MS today, including: Full lecture details including booking details will be available shortly.

MS Exhibition
Your opportunity to talk directly to MS charities, government organisations, pharmaceutical companies and specialist MS suppliers.

Meet the Scientists
A team of MS specialist scientists and clinicians will be available to answer your questions on MS.

Newly Diagnosed
a special area has been set aside for people newly diagnosed with MS to chat to MS Society staff and meet others in a similar situation. Talk about this on the message boards or visit the Young people section section to find out more

MS Society AGM
Get involved, review the Society's work and have your say in its future. Find out more about the MS Society and how it is run About the MS Society

Meet the Research Team
An opportunity to meet the MS Society research team, and ask questions about on going controversies. To find out in advance more about research into MS visit the Research Section

Specialist Workshops
With a focus mainly for MS Society volunteers.

Venue details
How to get to the 2004 National MS Convention
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For more information:

MS Conference Team
MS National Centre
372 Edgware Road
Tel: 020 8438 0806
Fax: 020 8438 0877

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