Join Dr. Hunter Online! Mark your calendar for Thursday evening, February 25th from 7:15 PM to 8:15 PM to hear about new developments in Multiple Sclerosis. Dr. Hunter will be presenting a webinar that will kick off MS month (March is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month.) This webinar event will be hosted by NeuroNexus. Email us...… Read more »
On August 29, 2020, Samuel F. Hunter, MD, Ph.D., along with MS Neurologist & Paul Pelland will be discussing the latest on Multiple Sclerosis in Memphis. Topics discussed will include: What are the different types of MS? Understanding MS relapse, recovery, and treatment options. How to access the care and specialists you may need to...… Read more »
Go Fund Me Account Neuro Nexuz
On behalf of Novel Pharmaceutics Institute Inc (Neuronexus), Dr. Hunter is organizing a fundraiser with the goal of raising money to create an endowment for MS education for our nonprofit medical education and research foundation NeuroNexus (Novel Pharmaceutics Institute Inc). Any donation will help make an impact and is 100% tax-deductible.Thank you in advance for...… Read more »
Dr. Hunter was honored in the Ones to Watch category during the 2019 NBJ Health Care Awards dinner that held at the Omni Hotel last May. The Health Care Awards honor the city’s top business leaders in the health care industry — the leaders who help make Music City the nation’s health care capital. The...… Read more »
Dr. Hunter appeared and presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Schelrosis Centers which was held May 30- June 2 in Nashville at the Music City Convention Center. Read more »
For all affected by MS within driving distance to Nashville, TN. Listen to 3 leading MS Neurologists – Samuel Hunter, MD, PhD, Aaron Boster, MD, and Daniel Kantor, MD, FAAN. Learn from an MS Yoga expert, Mindy Eisenberg, MHSA, E-RYT-500, C-IAYT. And listen to country singer and patient advocate, Julie Roberts, as she tells her...… Read more »
What have we learned this year about MS? Two new medicines. 20 years of modern care. MS is no longer a dread disease. The FDA is working against us. 20 Year Anniversary of Betaseron The more mature among us will recall 1993 with the landmark release of the first disease modifying treatment for MS. Prior...… Read more »