It's MS Awareness Week and we're talking with two remarkable women, Sarah Quezada and Tracey Cooper-Harris, who are living their lives out loud, refusing to let MS define them.
We're also inviting you to participate in the first-ever RealTalk MS Listener Survey (and be entered into a drawing for a $100 Amazon Gift Card!).
We'll share research announced at the recent ACTRIMS Forum that explores whether we may be headed toward Cognitive-Dominant MS.
We're also talking about how the National MS Society is teaming up with the Lupus Research Alliance and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation to focus research on autoimmune disease.
And we'll tell you about a study that examined factors other than physical disability that impact the quality of life for people living with MS.
We have a lot to talk about! Are you ready for RealTalk MS??!
MS Awareness Week and the power of sharing our stories :21
Take our RealTalk MS Listener Survey and you could win a $100 Amazon Gift Card 3:51
MS Society's COVID-19 Vaccine Guidance Group is reviewing the data from the Johnson and Johnson vaccine clinical trial 5:09
Are we headed for Cognitive-Dominant MS? 5:56
National MS Society is teaming up with the Lupus Research Alliance and the JDRF to fund autoimmune research 7:53
The impact of fatigue on quality of life 9:18
My interview with Sarah Quezada and Tracey Cooper-Harris 13:25
Share this episode 39:52
Take the RealTalk MS Listener Survey 40:12
WalkMS 2021 is here! 40:39
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RealTalk MS Episode 184
Guests: Sarah Quezada and Tracey Cooper-Harris
Tags: MS, MultipleSclerosis, MSResearch, MSSociety, RealTalkMS