World Encephalitis Day: Where are we in 2023?

  This post is a follow up to World Encephalitis Day: Where are we in 2022? For context, I’d encourage you to read that post first. Be forewarned that you should probably find another corner…

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Are we trying to reinvent the wheel in autoimmune neurological disease?

To some extent, we’re all trying to achieve the same goals.

Earlier diagnosis. Better treatment. Better outcomes.

But we’re not on the same page with respect to how to get there. Patients, caregivers, clinicians, scientists, nonprofits, obscure blog writers… when it comes to autoimmune encephalitis (AE), these stakeholders are conceptualizing the roadmap very differently.

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