Multiple Sclerosis: Clinical Challenges and Controversies
This excellent book provides a fresh approach to multiple sclerosis, detailing the newest developments in a lively style. Particular emphasis is placed on areas of controversy and uncertainty The information conveyed is accessible to all practitioners in the field of multiple sclerosis.
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