Mark your calendars for the 4th CReATe Virtual Journal Club: Monday, Oct 10, 2016!

Dr. Rebecca Schüle from the Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen, Germany will present her paper Hereditary spastic paraplegia: Clinicogenetic lessons from 608 patients. Schüle R, Wiethoff S, Martus P, Karle KN, Otto S, Klebe S, Klimpe S, Gallenmüller C, Kurzwelly D, Henkel D, Rimmele F, Stolze H, Kohl Z, Kassubek J, Klockgether T, Vielhaber S, Kamm C, Klopstock T, Bauer P, Züchner S, Liepelt-Scarfone I, Schöls L. Ann Neurol. 2016 Apr;79(4):646-58. doi: 10.1002/ana.24611. Epub 2016 Mar 11.
About the paper:

A copy of this paper is available here:

For more than a decade we have collected clinical data on more than 600 HSP patients, the largest compilation of clinical data on HSP so far. Using this data we are now able to reliably answer many everyday questions. When does HSP start? Are the seizures I'm experiencing part of my HSP or a symptom of an independent disease? Are men more frequently affected than women? How is the long-term prognosis; how long will I be able to walk independently? Is loss of ambulation and wheelchair dependency inevitable? In addition, the data on disease manifestation, disease modifying factors and progression rate are essential to plan and conduct clinical trials in HSP in the future.

Webinar Details:

Date: Monday, Oct 10, 2016
Time: 2PM Eastern Standard Time
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Thank you,

CReATe Connect Team
About the CReATe Virtual Journal Club
The CReATe Virtual Journal Club is designed to help patients and families understand and discuss recent scientific papers about motor neuron diseases. The articles are selected by patients and families enrolled in CReATe Connect.