ANZAN 2023 Novartis Posters
Characterizing the use of ofatumumab in a real-world setting (EAFToS): Secondary Use of Data Study characterizing ofatumumab onboarding and utilization in relapsing multiple sclerosis patients using MSGo
Anneke Van Der Walt, Todd Hardy, Simon Broadley, Jason Burton, Morag Nelson, Patricia Berry, Kate Martel, Rob Walker, Rozhin Asghari,
Novel Generation of Real-World Evidence through MSGo, a Digital Support Program Supporting the Use of Siponimod in Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis Patients in Australia
Todd Hardy, Patrick Aouad, Michael Barnett, Stefan Blum, Simon Broadley, William Carroll, Denis Crimmins, Dayna Griffiths, Suzanne Hodgkinson, Jeannette Lechner-Scott, Andrew Lee, Ram Malhotra, Pamela McCombe, John Parratt, Chris Plummer, Anneke van der Walt, Kate Martel and Rob Walker
Cognitive Processing Speed Predicts Disability Milestones in Multiple Sclerosis
Danielle Howard, Hrishikesh Lokhande, Brian Healy, Virginia De Las Heras Revilla, Sophie Arnould, Bonnie Glanz, Jonathan Zurawski, Mariann Polgar-Turcsanyi, Taylor Saraceno, Howard Weiner, Tanuja Chitnis, Gina Drake
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