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Log On For Chapter Clinical Advisor Dr. Fred Lublin's Keynote "The Road From Basic Research To New MS Therapies" On Friday, November 17

Dateline:  November 2,  2000

Grab the front seat to Chapter Clinical Advisor Fred Lublin's keynote address at the National MS Society'sNational Leadership Conference without leaving the comfort of home! Dr. Lublin will have his presentation broadcast online at www.nmss.org on Friday, November 17 at 1:30 p.m.. His speech, "The Road from Basic Research to New MS Therapies", will address the evolution of new therapies for MS. Afterwards, he will be joined by Dr. Roland Martin of the National Institute of Health for a question and answer session. Everyone is invited to post an e-mail question for the doctors before the program at nlcwebcast@nmss.org. For additional information, please visit the National MS Society web site at www.nmss.org and click on "Educational Programs."

Dr. Fred Lublin is a longtime member of the Greater Delaware Valley Chapter's Clinical Advisory Committee. He has been a popular Annual Meeting speaker and a participant in the event's "Dialogue With A Doctor." Formerly, he was the director of the MS Center at Thomas Jefferson University and MCP/Allegheny Hospital. Currently, he is a professor of Neurology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and the Director of the Corrine Goldsmith Dickinson Center for MS.

The Realplayer Plug In is necessary to view the speech and should be downloaded from the national site (www.nmss.org) a few hours before the scheduled time. If you cannot download the software or are having problems, call Kevin Wheeler at 215-271-1500, extension 123, or e-mail him at kevin.wheeler@pae.nmss.org and he will email you a copy to download.