My guest is Dr. Pauline Boss, who not only coined the phrase ambiguous loss, but has spent her career teaching university students, practicing as a clinician, and training family therapists, psychologists, and counselors around the world to help individuals and families suffering from the trauma of ambiguous loss and this form of grief that doesn't end.
We're also talking about the research team that successfully duplicated a patient's blood brain barrier — on a chip! A breakthrough that could streamline MS research, make drug screening easier, and help make personalized MS treatment a reality. We'll tell you about a study that evaluated an online version of a successful MS fall prevention program. You'll find out how you can be a part of people-powered MS research. And we'll tell you how MS-FOCUS and Lyft have teamed up to get you to your next MS care appointment.
We have a lot to talk about. Are you ready for RealTalk MS??!
Scientists Create Blood Brain Barrier on a Chip 4:32
The Free From Falls Online Program Is Evaluated 6:47
Register with iConquer MS & Be a Part of People-Powered MS Research 9:31
MS-FOCUS & Lyft Can Get You To Your Next Appointment 10:30
My Interview with Dr. Pauline Boss 13:28
Why You Might Want to Download the RealTalk MS App 31:55
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RealTalk MS Episode 95
Hosted By: Jon Strum
Guest: Dr. Pauline Boss
Tags: MS, MultipleSclerosis, MSResearch, caregiving, iConquerMS, MS_FOCUS, Lyft, RealTalkMS