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Gundersen MS program to focus on relapses













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Multiple sclerosis relapses will be the topic of Gundersen Health System’s next free educational event for people with multiple sclerosis, their friends and family at 6 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Lunda Center at Western Technical College at 319 Seventh St. N. in La Crosse.

Dr. Mary Goodsett, a Gundersen neurologist and multiple sclerosis specialist, will deliver a presentation titled “MS Exacerbations: How to evaluate and treat.”

Although the event is free, reservations for the complimentary meal are required by Oct. 19 by calling Gundersen Neuroscience at 608-775-9000 or toll free at 800-362-9567, ext. 59000. If accommodations are required, contact Gundersen by phone, text or video replay at 608-782-7300
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