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Friday, Oct. 21 • Health Care Professionals Day
In-person and virtual attendance options available.
This program is designed to familiarize health care professionals, including neurologists and non-neurologists, regarding clinical presentations and evaluation of patients with acquired neuromuscular junction disorders, such as myasthenia gravis and Lambert Eaton myasthenic syndrome, to enable care providers the ability to diagnose and manage the myasthenic patient in the acute and ambulatory care settings and minimize disease morbidity and mortality.

Saturday, Oct. 22 • Patient Education Day
In-person and virtual attendance options available.
This program will provide an overview of acquired autoimmune myasthenia gravis to affected patients, their families and care providers, so that the patient can self-advocate for appropriate treatment and management by their health care professionals and within the system of medicine and research. In addition, the conference is to provide an opportunity for networking among patients for community support and formal advocacy.

More details coming soon!