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Inflammation and Neurodegeneration in Multiple Sclerosis
 
There has been some controversy as to whether inflammation and neurodegeneration in MS may be two independent disease processes and, therefore, whether MS-related neurodegeneration may occur in the absence of inflammation, particularly in patients with progressive disease. A recent study analyzed the interdependence between inflammation, neurodegeneration, and disease progression in the various stages of MS, focusing especially on progressive disease. Join John DeLuca, PhD, as he discusses t ...
 
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Multiple Sclerosis Discovery: The Podcast of the MS Discovery Forum
 
Your independent source of news and information on research in multiple sclerosis and related diseases.
 
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FUMS: Giving Multiple Sclerosis The Finger
 
A podcast providing information, inspiration and motivation for living your best life with Multiple Sclerosis. Join us for interviews with doctors, research scientists, patients, legislators, insurers, neuropsychologists, authors, caregivers, and a long list of others in our pursuit of answers. Learn to speak to this disease as it deserves – tell it “FUMS” everyday!
 
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Highlights of the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis Annual Meeting
 
This audio podcast reports on some of the most important new MS research presented at the ECTRIMS annual meeting, held October 13-16, 2010, in Gothenburg, Sweden. Listen as James D. Bowen, MD, talks about new findings that enhance understanding of MS pathophysiology, testing, neuroregeneration, and cognition. Fred D. Lublin, MD, reviews presentations on emerging and current MS therapies.
 
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YEG MS; A Multiple Sclerosis Podcast from the creator of ownmultplesclerosis.com
 
A Multiple Sclerosis Blog for Information Sharing
 
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FUMS: Giving Multiple Sclerosis The Finger
 
A podcast providing information, inspiration and motivation for living your best life with Multiple Sclerosis. Join us for interviews with doctors, research scientists, patients, legislators, insurers, neuropsychologists, authors, caregivers, and a long list of others in our pursuit of answers. Learn to speak to this disease as it deserves – tell it “FUMS” everyday!
 
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Predictors of Health-Related Quality of Life and Vocational Status in Multiple Sclerosis
 
Although a variety of factors have been identified that predict the quality of life in patients with MS, these predictors have not been examined simultaneously to determine their relative importance. Two experts in the field, Dr. Timothy Vollmer and Dr. Ralph Benedict, discuss recent research identifying the primary predictors of physical and mental health QOL in patients with MS, as well as the most significant factors in predicting employability/vocational status-findings that have importa ...
 
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Enduring Webcast of the 2012 CMSC Live Symposium: Personalized Medicine in Multiple Sclerosis: Examining the Path Forward
 
The ever-evolving landscape of management strategies and therapeutics for the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS) requires that clinicians stay abreast of not only novel therapies but also advances that could change the face of patient care. Using biomarkers in managing MS can aid clinicians in selecting therapies and accurately predicting the disease course
 
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CME Outfitters - Maintaining Quality of Life in Multiple Sclerosis: Strategies for Interdisciplinary Medical and Rehabilitative Management and Improving the Provider-Patient Relationship
 
Multiple sclerosis is a disease where patients and their caregivers must face difficult, life-altering news regarding disease progression, increased functional disability, and diminished quality of life. Providing an explanation for the diagnosis of MS requires that physicians and the multidisciplinary team improve the "scientific and human quality of the information given to their patients" and that physicians are adept at articulate and empathetic counseling techniques. In this neuroscienc ...
 
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Dr Maulfair talks with one of his patients that was diagnosed as having multiple sclerosis (MS). She was cured by Dr Maulfair by a "non-MS treatment" protocol. Did her other doctors incorrectly diagnose her of having MS?If you're not in Pennsylvania, but are looking to find a doctor like Dr Maulfair, you can search for one in your area by going ...…
 
Professor Emeritus Alastair Compston (University of Cambridge) discusses with JNNP’s Publisher Janet O'Flaherty the issues raised by the discussion “Brain health matters in multiple sclerosis” (MS), which was part of the international roundtable “Time Matters in MS”, organised by the BMJ and the JNNP on World MS Day 2017, in Lisbon.Read more, w ...…
 
Professor Emeritus Alastair Compston (University of Cambridge) discusses with JNNP’s Publisher Janet O'Flaherty the issues raised by the discussion “Brain health matters in multiple sclerosis” (MS), which was part of the international roundtable “Time Matters in MS”, organised by the BMJ and the JNNP on World MS Day 2017, in Lisbon.Read more, w ...…
 
Professor Emeritus Alastair Compston (University of Cambridge) discusses with JNNP’s Publisher Janet O'Flaherty the issues raised by the discussion “Brain health matters in multiple sclerosis” (MS), which was part of the international roundtable “Time Matters in MS”, organised by the BMJ and the JNNP on World MS Day 2017, in Lisbon.Read more, w ...…
 
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CRACKCast & Physicians as Humans on CanadiEM
 
This episode covers Chapter 80 of Rosen's Emergency Medicine 9th edition. (Yes the new edition). Building on previous episodes (see fever, Jaundice and abdo pain), today we take a look at all things right upper quadrant badness. 1) List 8 ddx for hepatitis 2) Complete the following table for Hepatitis A, B & C: Transmission, Risk Factors, Carri ...…
 
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CRACKCast & Physicians as Humans on CanadiEM
 
This episode covers Chapter 80 of Rosen's Emergency Medicine 9th edition. (Yes the new edition). Building on previous episodes (see fever, Jaundice and abdo pain), today we take a look at all things right upper quadrant badness. 1) List 8 ddx for hepatitis 2) Complete the following table for Hepatitis A, B & C: Transmission, Risk Factors, Carri ...…
 
My Counterpane evolved from the experience of Kate Milliken, who was diagnosed with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (MS) in 2006. A video producer by trade, Kate produced a series of videos to showcase her first year with MS and launched them in 2009 on Katescounterpane.com. A counterpane is a patchwork quilt created from a variety of fa ...…
 
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Pain Information Podcast - Pain Information
 
Thanks Ross.Listener question. Neuropathic pain, Multiple Sclerosis, Meds.
 
New and ongoing research has shown a link between the microbiome and the body's response to fasting on the health and repair of nerve cells. In this episode I report on the latest research on fasting and Multiple Sclerosis (MS) a common autoimmune neurodegenerative disease. Are we standing on the verge of new nutritional interventions for neuro ...…
 
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Journal of Neurophysiology Podcasts
 
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system, disrupting autonomic function. The progressive loss of adequate neural conduction in MS has been shown to cause a wide range of symptomatology, with many patients experiencing a profound heat intolerance known as Uhthoff’s phenomenon. Yet little progress h ...…
 
Interview with Roger W. Chapman, M.D., F.R.C.P.
 
Audible Article by Roger W. Chapman
 
Wendy Booker, a multiple sclerosis patient advocate, who was diagnosed with MS in her 40's, discusses her experience with this surprise diagnosis, her day to day challenges, and how she came to be the first MS patient to stand at the North Pole.
 
-First step is determining your belief systems. Subconscious mind drives your behavior and doesn’t talk to the conscious mind. The subconscious mind needs much repetition to change, done with purpose and passion.-Majority of population experiences only 2% of joy every day. We’re getting used to being dysfunctional. Need to stop the cycle.-Perfe ...…
 
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Kessler Foundation Disability Rehabilitation Research and Employment
 
LIVING TO THE FULLEST WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSISInnovations in Cognitive Rehabilitation ResearchThis event was recorded on Thursday, May 4, 2017 at the Kessler Foundation Conference Center, East Hanover, NJ and was edited and produced by Joan Banks-Smith of Kessler Foundation.OUR DISTINGUISHED PANELJohn DeLuca, PhD, ABPP, is internationally known ...…
 
Whilst at the American Academy of Neurology’s Annual Meeting (Boston, MA, USA, 22–28 April 2017), we sat down with Michael Pender (University of Queensland, Australia), who was presenting promising interim findings from a Phase 1 study investigating a novel treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS) at the meeting.In this interview, Dr Pender discus ...…
 
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YOGA PODCAST | Yoga Talk Show by YOGABODY & Lucas Rockwood
 
What if your immune system went haywire and starting attacking your body's nervous system affecting your vision, your sensations, your mobility, or other bodily functions? Auto-immune conditions are extremely common, and Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is one of the more devastating diseases in this category. Whether you or someone you know has MS or n ...…
 
NOTE: I was incorrect in the intro, the Naturopathic profession began in 1901, not 1908This week DrG talks with Dr. BIll Weber, a veteran chiropractor of 37 years.They cover:-Misconceptions about chiropractic and the philosophy behind chiropractic medicine-Coming from a family of MD’s, what led Dr. Bill to chiropractic, and how chiropractic fix ...…
 
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RareGem Productions: Positive Media | Health | Business | Inspiration | Education | Community | Lifestyle
 
I thought that it was too late for me. I thought that too much time had passed… For two and a half years I was in pain as my spine was essentially falling apart. Two herniated discs, advanced degeneration, and a disease prognosis that gave me no hope of recovery. Leading up to the day that I finally decided to make some changes and do something ...…
 
Stimulating oxygen production in the body can assist in health recovery.Hyperbaric oxygen treatment (HBOT) is a medical treatment that increases the oxygen content in the cells. The pressure around the individual is increased so the body takes in more oxygen. This changes how your body functions. The process takes place in a clear, pressurized ...…
 
HIGHLY ANTICIPATED MEDICINE APPROVED FOR TWO TYPES OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS Life Lessons announces break through news on new drug for MS. Joining us today are OCREVUS PATIENT: Raquel Martinez, 46-year-old wife and mother of four.NEUROLOGIST/MS SPECIALIST: Dr. Edward Fox, Central Texas Neurology Consultants. Many people have heard of multiple scler ...…
 
"I think one of my biggest joys was learning my love affair with fueling what my body needed, whether that was nutritionally, or finding out this was the type of shoe I needed to wear ... or these were the days I needed to run." On this episode, Heather is joined by her friend Cassy Stone to talk about the running lifestyle. This comment is jus ...…
 
You may remember Jack Osbourne from the hit TV show The Osbournes. He’s the son of the heavy metal singer Ozzie Osbourne and is a regular member at CrossFit Los Angeles. Jack has a thriving business producing travel and history shows alongside his dad (who’s a closet history buff). He’s also a husband and a father to two daughters. But the reas ...…
 
Dr. Terry Wahls is a clinical professor of medicine, clinical researcher and an author of the book “The Wahls Protocol”. She was diagnosed with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis which confined her to a tilt-recline wheelchair for four years but recovered and is now a cyclist! Sign Up For Our Newsletter If you have not yet joined our comm ...…
 
Twenty years ago people living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) were advised to “take it easy”. Today, there is a growing body of evidence showing that exercise is beneficial for a number of key symptoms like walking and fatigue. Prof Susan Coote and her team at the University of Limerick are making significant contributions to this U-turn, her res ...…
 
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Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
 
Dr Thomas McCarty discusses his article, "Cost utility of ERCP-based modalities for the diagnosis of cholangiocarcinoma in primary sclerosing cholangitis" from the April issue.
 
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The Power of Different with Dr. Gail Saltz
 
This week we are visited by entertainment royalty, as David Osmond of the legendary Osmond family, joins me in study. David has toured the world as a singer, having performed for years along side his father Alan, and famous aunt and uncle, Donnie and Marie Osmond -- he even performed on Broadway. David Osmond is currently the host of the syndic ...…
 
Dr. Brown received his MD at Harvard, followed by internship and PM&R residency at the University of Washington, a Master of Public Health at UC Berkeley, and most recently, a fellowship in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) at U. Washington. He is a board-certified member of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He has been working ...…
 
Could currently available immunomodulatory therapies modify disability trajectories in patients with moderately advanced and advanced multiple sclerosis (MS)? Tomas Kalincik, Department of Medicine, University of Melbourne, Australia, discusses the findings from the MSbase cohort study with Elizabeth Highton.Read the full article here: http://j ...…
 
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12 Minute Convos w/ Engel Jones
 
Lucas creates opportunities, speaks wisdom, and shares love. Everyone is his priority! After he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in May 2014, he expanded the mission of his nonprofit and became the organizer for The Wellness Fair in Wisconsin. As an author and educator, he's helped over 30 people become published authors in the last 6 ...…
 
Could currently available immunomodulatory therapies modify disability trajectories in patients with moderately advanced and advanced multiple sclerosis (MS)? Tomas Kalincik, Department of Medicine, University of Melbourne, Australia, discusses the findings from the MSbase cohort study with Elizabeth Highton. Read the full article here: http:// ...…
 
Could currently available immunomodulatory therapies modify disability trajectories in patients with moderately advanced and advanced multiple sclerosis (MS)? Tomas Kalincik, Department of Medicine, University of Melbourne, Australia, discusses the findings from the MSbase cohort study with Elizabeth Highton. Read the full article here: http:// ...…
 
This time on the ‘Gluten Free RN’ podcast, Nadine examines the many autoimmune disorders that are associated with celiac disease. Once you have acquired one autoimmune disease, your chances of developing another increase exponentially – Nadine had seven! Nadine shares how she was able to heal the inflammation in her intestines that caused those ...…
 
Lyle Anderson's journey in the endurance sports world is truly inspiring, and the amazing thing about it is that talking to him and interacting with him you would never know that for the past 10 years he has been dealing with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). I truly could have spoken with Lyle for another 3 hours because he has done so much and I was c ...…
 
Bonjour, groupe! Guillaume et moi sommes ravis de pouvoir vous présenter un épisode avec des invités aussi inspirants et enthousiastes. Nous avons pour vous Ethné et Philippe de Vienne, que vous connaissez peut-être sous le nom des « Chasseurs d’Épices ». Photo prise de leur page Facebook. Chasse aux épices et sclérose en plaques Célèbres d’abo ...…
 
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Heads 'N Tales Podcast-Talking Sports Injury Rehab, Prevention, Perseverance & Concussions
 
Clate Schmidt is a right-handed pitcher for the Connecticut Tigers, which is a Class A team in the Detroit Tigers organization. Prior to pro-ball, Clate was a standout weekend starter for Clemson University, which is one of the most prestigious college baseball programs in the country. Prior to Clemson, Clate was an All-American at Allatoona Hi ...…
 
Learn cooking and shopping tips for people with relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS), outdoor grilling tips and the one thing to make your life better today with Chef Ben Ford. What You’ll Learn in this Episode: How to shop the farmers market. How to plan a great meal. How to re-imagine the backyard barbecue with grilling tips for meat and fish. H ...…
 
Interview with Keith D. Lindor, M.D.
 
Audible Article by Ahmad H. Ali, Keith D. Lindor
 
The Andrew C. Carlos MS Institute at Shepherd has extensive experience treating people with multiple sclerosis (MS), suspected MS or related disorders. The MS Institute at Shepherd has treated thousands of people with MS using a wide range of neurological and rehabilitative services. Additionally, Shepherd Center engages in research to improve ...…
 
Medical Fun Facts Episode 22: Something beginning with H There are so many possibilities but the only obvious one is hæmorrhoids. Hæmorrhoids are swollen veins in the distal rectum and anus. They’re sort of like varicose veins of the legs. If you’ve ever seen varicose veins, you’ll know about the obvious serpentine appearance. Just imagine thes ...…
 
Errol spoke to Dr Giampaolo about the Multiple Sclerosis (MS), the second most common cause of neurological disability in young adults. He also touched on a detailed view of MS-related damage in the central nervous system that results in the varied and unpredictable symptoms of the disease.
 
In this NCTalks podcast we speak to Jeffrey Cohen, Director of the Cleveland Clinic’s Mellen Center for Multiple Sclerosis Treatment and Research (OH, USA). Dr Cohen has a large clinical practice and is also Director of Experimental Therapeutics program and is involved in a number of clinical trials. Today, Dr Cohen discusses the use of bone ma ...…
 
What does Pyongyang, a gigantic needle, poo poo, jaundice, and beaver anal glands have in common? This weeks episode of Sickboy! This week the guys sit down with Hilary and talk about her experience living with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis. PSC is a progressive liver disease that will one day likely lead to the need for a liver transplant! Tu ...…
 
What does Pyongyang, a gigantic needle, poo poo, jaundice, and beaver anal glands have in common? This weeks episode of Sickboy! This week the guys sit down with Hilary and talk about her experience living with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis. PSC is a progressive liver disease that will one day likely lead to the need for a liver transplant! Tu ...…
 
Elizabeth Highton and Prof. Bruce Taylor discuss higher latitudes and its association with earlier age of onset of Multiple Sclerosis (MS).The international study, published by the JNNP, links latitude to the age at which symptoms of MS first start. Each 10ᵒ increase in latitude is associated with a 10 month earlier onset of symptoms among thos ...…
 
Elizabeth Highton and Prof. Bruce Taylor discuss higher latitudes and its association with earlier age of onset of Multiple Sclerosis (MS).The international study, published by the JNNP, links latitude to the age at which symptoms of MS first start. Each 10ᵒ increase in latitude is associated with a 10 month earlier onset of symptoms among thos ...…
 
Elizabeth Highton and Prof. Bruce Taylor discuss higher latitudes and its association with earlier age of onset of Multiple Sclerosis (MS).The international study, published by the JNNP, links latitude to the age at which symptoms of MS first start. Each 10ᵒ increase in latitude is associated with a 10 month earlier onset of symptoms among thos ...…
 
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