After seeing the works of art on the wall – I wonder if the people in the picture will be inspired to buy a poster in the shop on the way home. Posters come in all shapes and sizes from B&W Athena posters, to Hello Kitty. In Brussels the posters are still works of art, beauty and most definitely creativity – but they are of scientific and clinical results of MND research, including examples of good practice that other delegates can learn from. After visiting the over 300 posters on display at the 25th International Symposium in Brussels, many researchers will come away with inspiration and enthusiasm for their corner of the MND jigsaw.
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