We're also taking a look back at this year's World MS Day, and talking about some of the 400 events that raised awareness about MS in 79 countries. We'll tell you about the MS stem cell research that's about to begin on the International Space Station. We'll review the outcome of a specific rehab treatment that's been shown to improve hand and upper limb ability among people living with MS.
We'll let you know how you can participate in an important MS rehabilitation clinical trial. And we'll tell you about a research study that looked at the economic burden faced by people living with a minimal level of MS disability. The results might surprise you!
We have a lot to talk about. Are you ready for RealTalk MS??!
Task-Oriented Upper Limb Rehab Program Delivers Results for People Living with MS 7:11
You Can Participate in the STEP For MS Study 9:53
Low MS Disability = A High Level of Economic Burden 13:14
My Interview with Mike Zimits & Cat Tsigakos 18:15
Have You Subscribed to RealTalk MS? 33:11
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RealTalk MS Episode 97
Hosted By: Jon Strum
Guest: Mike Zimits & Catherine Tsigakos
Tags: MS, MultipleSclerosis, MSResearch, MSAssociation, RealTalkMS