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In this episode, Birgitte R. Kornum, MD, an associate professor in the department of neuroscience at the University of Copenhagen, discussed recently published preclinical research assessing phenotypical features and disease progression of narcolepsy type 1. Kornum provided insight on the 2 mouse models used, the effectiveness of the DVC System, and some of the phenotypic features identified. In addition, she gave insight on how the research adds to the ongoing puzzle of treating narcolepsy and where future efforts should be directed toward.
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- 1:15 – Overview of Medicare study and objectives
- 3:15 – Advantages of DVC System
- 5:40 – Clinical takeaways from the findings
- 9:30 – Neurology News Minute
- 12:05 – Critical phenotypic features of narcolepsy
- 14:20 – Significance of this research, future goals
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