Multiple sclerosis is a serious neurological disease that affects more than 700 people, mostly young people, in the Czech Republic every year. Although the disease is treatable with various drugs, it is not yet possible to cure the patient completely. In order to improve the treatment approach in the long term, it is essential to have a large amount of knowledge and reliable data. That is why the ReMuS registry was founded in 2013 to collect this data on the course of the disease and its treatment and to contribute to making multiple sclerosis a curable disease one day.
On Friday 3 November, the 5th workshop for clinicians, nurses and registry administrators from all MS sites in the Czech Republic took place. In the Hermitage Hotel in Prague, the topics of safety monitoring using the system MedDRA, ongoing projects and activities ahead, plus new unique research opportunities were discussed.
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