Thank you, Neuro-ophthalmologist Thomas Mizen, MD, for explaining MG vision issues to 65 Spring Meeting attendees!
Program highlights and video will come soon.
Elmhurst Memorial Hospital
155 E. Brush Hill Road
GREEN Parking Lot, EAST entrance
Oak Room – Lower Level Conference Space
Elmhurst, IL 60126
In nearly 75% of individuals who develop myasthenia gravis, the first symptoms relate to eye muscles. Yet the hallmark of MG is variability. How can you treat vision symptoms that vary so much from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.?
The speaker at Conquer MG’s Spring Patient Meeting will be Thomas Mizen, MD, a neuro-ophthalmologist from Rush University Medical Center. He’ll explain how MG affects vision, the difference between generalized MG and ocular MG, and will comment on treatments that include medication, a ptosis crutch, and surgery.
Your questions will be welcome.
This event is free to all and includes lunch. A donation of $25 per person (or amount of your choice) would be appreciated to offset the cost of meal and video recording expenses.
11:30am – 12:00pm Registration
12:00pm – 1:0 0pm Luncheon
12:30pm – 1:00pm Conquer MG Updates
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Presentation and Discussion
Please register by Tuesday, May 2, to be included in the count for lunch. You can register by clicking the button below, or by calling the office at 1-800-888-6208. (Walk-ins are welcome, but your advance notice helps us plan for enough seating and food.)
Park in the hospital’s GREEN lot; use the EAST ENTRANCE. Take the elevators to the LOWER LEVEL. Meeting is in the OAK ROOM.