31 May 2018 - (NMO) Patient Day Event 

NMO

 

Earlier this year the first ever (NMO) Patient Day event was held in Ringwood, VIC. Debbie Leticq-Cromb organised and hosted the event with guest speakers including Professor Broadley (Head of NMO research in Australia), Dr Mark Marriott (MS & NMO Neurologist), Dr Sally Shaw (Phycologist). It was a chance to hear from experts in the field as well as a chance to meet other inspirational people living with Neuromyelitis Optica (NMO). You can hear all the presentations from the day below. A big thank you to Steve Barrett from www.stevebdesign.com who generously filmed and edited each video.

Simon


Jessica Trew


Mark


Sally




Please contact MS Connect on 1800 042 138 if you want any further information on how we can help you. You may also like to join this privately run Facebook group for people living with or affected by NMO https://www.facebook.com/groups/1563368187258977/

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