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Dr. van den Noort honored.

Stanley van den Noort, MD, chairman of the National MS Society's independent Medical Advisory Board, longtime member and past chair of the Society's Research Advisory Committee, is being honored by the University of California-Irvine College of Medicine, which he has served for 3 decades. The Stanley van den Noort Endowed Research Fund in Neurology will further his pioneering work in multiple sclerosis medical education, research, and patient care.

To provide physicians everywhere with basic groundwork they need to care for people with MS, Dr. van den Noort and Dr. Nancy Holland, head of the Society's Clinical Programs, edited a new and definitive overview of management techniques, Multiple Sclerosis in Clinical Practice. (Demos Medical Publishing, 2000. 256 pp. $34.95. 386 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10016 or <orderdepartment@ demospub.com>.) Thank you and congratulations, Dr. van den Noort.
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Title Annotation:Stanley van den Noort of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's independent Medical Advisory Board honored by the University of California-Irvine College of Medicine
Publication:Inside MS
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Date:Jan 1, 2000
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