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    DREAMS of a world without MS and autoimmune disease

    DREAMS is a multidisciplinary group of researchers dedicated to improving our understanding of, and patient care for, multiple sclerosis (MS) and autoimmune diseases. Your gift to DREAMS will fund cutting-edge research that will improve our ability to detect, understand, and treat MS.

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  • Interhospital transfers result in worse outcomes for stroke patients, study finds

    Interhospital transfers result in worse outcomes for stroke patients, study finds

    Transferring stroke patients between hospitals to receive endovascular therapy (EVT) delays treatment and results in poorer health outcomes, a major new study has found.

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  • Duke Neurology Research Round-Up, January 2019

    Duke Neurology Research Round-Up, January 2019

    New research includes analyzing neuro-oncology resources in Nigeria, how transfers delay the best care for stroke, the mitochondrial origins of a blindness-causing disease, and more

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  • Raja wins Clinician-Scientist Development Award from ABF/MGFA

    Raja wins Clinician-Scientist Development Award from ABF/MGFA

    The American Brain Foundation and the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America have awarded Shruti Raja, MD, their Clinician-Scientist Development Award for her clinical research relating to myasthenia gravis (MG).

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