Robots?? Really??? The answer is YES! World renowned robotics expert Dr. Maja Mataric joins us on the podcast, and we're talking about how socially assistive robots could be real game-changers for people living with MS and other chronic conditions, as well as their caregivers.
We're also talking about the $24.4 million investment by the National MS Society that will support 64 new MS research projects. We'll tell you about the research team at Oregon Health & Science University that believes they have solved remyelination! We'll show you how you can stay cool this summer and how you can get a brand new laptop or desktop computer from the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation…for free!
We're reminding you that there's still time for you to see the video replay of an outstanding progressive MS webinar, and we'll even tell you about the woman living with MS who decided to get her stem cell transplant live on Facebook!
We have a lot to talk about. Are you ready for RealTalk MS??!
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National MS Society Invests $24.4 Million in 64 New MS Research Projects 3:15
Oregon Health & Sciences University Investigators Announce Remyelination Breakthrough 6:14
Free Resources Available from the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation 10:15
Progressive MS Webinar Hosted by Multiple Sclerosis International Federation 12:15
Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation on Facebook Live 14:21
Diagnosing & Treating MS Video Series Is Available Online 16:11
My Interview with Dr. Maja Mataric 17:27
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RealTalk MS Episode 87
Hosted By: Jon Strum
Guest: Dr. Maja Mataric
Tags: MS, MultipleSclerosis, MSResearch, Robotics, Stemcells, Remyelination, MSFocus, MSIF, ProgressiveMS, RealTalkMS