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Editor Introduction

Prof. Nadine Attal, University Versailles Saint Quentin, France

The 2019 edition of the International Neurotoxin Association Conference (Toxins 2019) was recently held in Copenhagen, Denmark and was extremely well attended and received with more than 1,400 participants from 61 countries. The scientific programme featured top speakers, stimulating discussions, and scientific breakthroughs. The articles presented in this conference report provide a very good overview of the plenaries and workshops and cover major innovative developments in basic sciences, clinical research, and treatment applications in the field of botulinum toxins. More specifically, the topics presented in this report include the well established use of botulinum toxins in spasticity and cervical dystonia with emphasis on recent clinical trials and treatment algorithms, the more recently establish...

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