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Letter from the Editor

Dear Reader,

Inflammatory processes are involved in the etiopathology of most neurological diseases, even for conditions previously considered as 'non-inflammatory’ such as Alzheimer’s disease, ALS, epilepsy, movement disorders, stroke, and migraine.

With neuroinflammation as the overarching theme, the European Academy of Neurology held its 5th annual meeting in Oslo. It provided a forum for researchers, clinician scientists, and practising neurologists. Cutting-edge research related to elucidating the etiopathogenesis were presented, as well as results of new treatment trials for neurological conditions across the board.

This peer-reviewed conference report summarises the highlights from the programme. We hope you will find these mini-reviews useful.

Yours sincerely,

Hans-Peter Hartung

Editor Biography

Prof. Hartung has been Chair of the Department of Neurology at Hein-rich-Heine-University in Düsseldorf since 200...



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