We're also talking about the lectures, presentations, and education sessions that took place last week at the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers Annual Meeting. We'll explain why we don't think that MS caregivers need more support resources — and we'll tell you what we think they do need.
We'll tell you about a possible connection between stress, gut bacteria, and MS. We'll explain how a research team determined that simvastatin (Zocor) may help people living with MS differently than it helps people lower their cholesterol. And you'll hear about a new collaboration that may lead to better clinical trials.
Our contest ended this past Friday, and this week, we're announcing who will be joining me as my special guest on the 100th episode of RealTalk MS!
We have a lot to talk about. Are you ready for RealTalk MS??!
Consortium of MS Centers Annual Meeting Review :38
Do MS Caregivers Need More Support Resources…Or Is It Something Else? 3:29
Can Stress Affect Our Gut Bacteria And Cause an Autoimmune Reaction? 8:00
Simvastatin Affects People with MS Differently Than It Lowers Cholesterol 9:18
AbbVie & MC10 Announce MS Clinical Trials Using FDA-Approved Wearable Device 11:47
My Interview with Dr. Jeffrey Huang 14:30
I Reveal Our Contest Winner! Who Will Join Me for Episode 100? 28:18
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RealTalk MS Episode 92
Hosted By: Jon Strum
Guest: Dr. Jeffrey Huang
Tags: MS, MultipleSclerosis, MSResearch, mssociety, CMSC2019, Caregiving, Simvastatin, AbbVieUS, mc10inc, RealTalkMS