Relapsing-Remitting and Secondary-Progressive Multiple Sclerosis Video Discussion

Relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) is a type of MS that is characterized by periods of disease flare-ups (relapses) and periods of recovery (remissions). RRMS often develops into secondary-progressive MS (SPMS), which is characterized by a patient’s disability steadily worsening. In this video, Daniel Kantor, MD, FAAN, FANA, and Benjamin Greenberg, MD, MHS, address important topics in both MS subtypes, including uncontrollable and modifiable risk factors, and how psychological health plays a role in the progression of MS in patients.

Disclosure: The faculty received modest honoraria from the Custom Programs division of Frontline Medical Communications for their time participating in this roundtable. The faculty was solely responsible for the content presented.

About the Faculty

Dr. Kantor

Daniel Kantor, MD, FAAN, FANA

  • President Emeritus, Florida Society of Neurology
  • President of Kantor Neurology
  • Coconut Creek, FL
Dr. Greenberg

Benjamin Greenberg, MD, MHS

  • Director of Neuroimmunology, University of Texas Southwestern
  • Dallas, TX

This video roundtable was produced by the Custom Programs division of Frontline Medical Communications.

Dr. Kantor reports relationships with Actelion, Avanir, Biogen, Celgene, Genentech, Mylan, Novartis, and Sanofi Genzyme.

Dr. Greenberg is a consultant for Novartis and EMD Serono, and has received grants from Genentech.