We're also talking about the Progressive MS Alliance's commitment to including the voice of people living with MS in MS research. We'll tell you about a study that looked at predicting physical disability and cognitive dysfunction in people living with MS. You'll hear about a study that evaluated the facts that are available on the Internet about diet and MS, how online relaxation therapy can improve anxiety and depression, new guidelines from the U.K. for pregnancy and MS, and how shared decision-making can lead to greater adherence to MS disease-modifying therapy.
We have a lot to talk about! Are you ready for RealTalk MS?!
Progressive MS Alliance & Patient Engagement in MS Research :23
Predicting Physical Disability & Cognitive Dysfunction in MS 2:16
Diet & MS: A Study of Facts vs Beliefs 3:52
Online Relaxation Training Shown To Be Effective in Reducing Anxiety & Depression Among People Living with Long-Term Neurological Conditions 9:57
Guidelines for Pregnancy & MS in the U.K. 11:58
Shared Decision-Making Leads to Greater Adherence to MS Disease-Modifying Therapy 13:40
My Interview with Dr. Farren Briggs 17:34
Add Your Voice To Our Conversation 28:15
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RealTalk MS Episode 75
Hosted By: Jon Strum
Guest: Dr. Farren Briggs
Tags: MS, MultipleSclerosis, MSResearch, CWRU, MSDiet