We're also talking about a new study that demonstrates why it's in your best interest to stay on MS Disease Modifying Therapy if you've been diagnosed with relapsing remitting MS. Another study suggests that a diet high in vegetables and fish may reduce the risk of MS. And a third study may provide a path for better mitigating MS depression. We even take a look at two very different short films about MS that, taken together, give us a full, 360-degree depiction of what it's like to live with MS.
We have a lot to talk about! Are you ready for RealTalk MS?
Study: RRMS Patients on Long-Term DMT Treatment Less Likely to Progrers to SPMS 1:08
Study: Diet High in Vegetables & Fish Reduces Risk of MS 5:20
Study: Treating Perceived Stress & Poor Sleep May Mitigate MS Depression 7:17
2 Short Films Take Different Paths to Illustrate the Challenges of Living With MS…And They're Both Right 10:30
Interview with Shawn Feliciano 14:13
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RealTalk MS Episode 49
Hosted By: Jon Strum
Guest: Shawn Feliciano
Tags: MS, MultipleSclerosis, MSResearch, MSSociety, BigHike, ShawnFeliciano, Hidden, MSDiet, RealTalkMS