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The next generation in MS research: An interview with Dr. Megan Langille

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Under the mentorship of Dr. Lilyana Amezcua (medical director of the Multiple Sclerosis Comprehensive Care Center at the University of Southern California (USC)), Dr. Megan Langille is working to identify genetic differences that contribute to the disease course in Hispanic children with MS and to improve quality of care by updating how patient symptoms are assessed. Dr. Langille also treats uninsured and underinsured children with MS – many of whom have barriers to care such as transportation issues, language barriers and decreased social support – at the Los Angeles County USC clinic. She hopes to address the larger questions of how to overcome socioeconomic barriers to MS treatment. We sat down with Dr. Langille to explore how she became involved in MS research, what she’s learning and where she’s headed.
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