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MS-Selfie provides information for people with MS to help self-manage their MS, hence the term MS-Selfie, for self-management. It is written by Professor Giovannoni (aka Prof G), a world-renowned MS expert and researcher with over 30 years of experience in MS and related disorders.

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Thank you

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Gavin Giovannoni 
I am a neurologist based in London specialising in MS. I have a vision of the future where patients and healthcare professionals meet and collaborate on the management of their MS in a hybrid world.