Preview: insights and innovations at MDS 2020

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This year at the International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders (MDS 2020, 12-16 September), almost all of the planned sessions will be presented live and virtually. Many sessions will be presented as an “encore” at a later time to allow participants in Asia and Australia to participate during daytime hours. All sessions will be taped and will be available free on demand until October 2020.

As usual, the first day will be given over to two separate plenary sessions on advances in therapies for Parkinson’s disease, including motor, non-motor features, and surgical options. A separate lecture in this session will cover advances in chorea, myoclonus and dystonia.

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