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
If your podcast app doesn't show these links, you'll find them in the show notes at www.RealTalkMS.com
Onset of Secondary Progressive MS Is Not Influenced by Current Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis Therapies
The International Progressive MS Alliance
A Healthy Dietary Pattern Associates with a Lower Risk of a First Clinical Diagnosis of CNS Demylenation
Perceived Cognitive Deficits & Depressive Symptoms In Patients with MS: Perceived Stress & Sleep Quality as Mediators
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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