35 Burst results for "Multiple Sclerosis"

Is Selma Blair Unfairly Profiting Off Her MS?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:45 min | 2 months ago

Is Selma Blair Unfairly Profiting Off Her MS?

"You see Dancing with the Stars. Oh my God. So sour Michelle gallard. Started crying because she watched Selma Blair's very energetic performance on Dancing with the Stars the other night, cameras caught her crying in the audience getting very emotional, we all know that Selma was diagnosed with MS back in 2018 and she wound the crowd to the goddamn cartwheel into a split during the jailhouse rock, excuse me. You have an S you can do a cartwheel into a split, now something something's wrong here. Something's off. You know, I know, I know soma. I consider a friend we've talked many times, et cetera. I haven't talked through it a while, but I was talking to the wall she was suffering this and I thought she was very brave to go through it that actually went through it. But this is getting ridiculous now. You know, Sarah Michelle galar is like, oh, I'm so happy for her. She kept a smile on her face the whole time. You know, to do this 25 years after we worked in a movie, it's just amazing. I can't believe how brave she is. Okay. And someone admitted that the rehearsals were extra hard on her this week. That's a challenging, you know? I've got my muscles have to rely on muscle memory now and my body can shift at any moment because of the MS and she was nervous about nailing the fast paced movements of the dance, but guys, I'm sorry, you know what? I said this from day one from day one I said she's not going to get to the end. She's going to get into the middle of the season and then they're going to go, you were great. You showed everybody that MS can be something you can defeat if you just have the right attitude and you just have the right thing. It's horseshit. Selma Blair is not being completely upfront and honest. I know she adds stem cell treatment. She had that docu drama, whatever it was, a year or two ago in which she talked about it. this is not really fair. She's getting treatment that other people with MS can't afford and she's, you know, kind of profiting from it. I've seen MS up close. You don't go from a cartwheel to a split if you've got multiple sclerosis for God's sake.

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Biogen pays $900M to settle doctor kickback allegations

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Biogen pays $900M to settle doctor kickback allegations

"The drone company Biogen has agreed to pay $900 million after being accused of paying kickbacks to doctors federal prosecutors say that under the terms of the settlement Biogen will pay more than $843 million to the federal government and more than 56 million to 15 states for over billing Medicare and Medicaid insurance programs Biogen says in a statement that it has settled the lawsuit so that it can focus on its patience and strategic priorities It says the settlement is not an admission of liability the lawsuit alleged that from January 2009 to March 2014 Biogen paid doctors speaking fees consulting fees and bought the meals that were actually kickbacks to get them to prescribe three multiple sclerosis drugs I'm Donna water

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:14 min | 2 months ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Here's what's happening with someone. As much as I like her, it's so ridiculous to have Selma Blair on Dancing with the Stars. I know there was some of you who think she'll be sent home right away and maybe there's more of you think she'll win. Or at least be one of the final two or three, but I'm gonna tell you, you're wrong, you're wrong. Selma said, she motivated in part by the support of her friends. Even her Instagram followers who've been cheering her on. Well, we know what Instagram followers do. I see them do it to Britney Spears. They tell her she's great and she's wonderful and yes, queen when her life is just being blown away. Instagram followers are not your Friends, but some will Blair is listening to them and she's had MS since 2018 and she's going for it. I'm not gonna falter for that. She said, it's for the viewer because that's what's giving me support in dark times in my life. There have been people that came forward strangers on the street or Instagram. I'm doing it for them. First of all, don't do anything for people on Instagram. They're not your Friends. They don't know fucking thing about your life. But it's important for someone that she represents people with disabilities, especially being on a big show like Dancing with the Stars. I get it. Look, I get it. I get the whole thing about someone. But if I'm being honest, does anybody want to see someone with multiple sclerosis dance? I mean, she was in terrible shape a few years ago. I'm sure she got some stem cell treatment or something because not only were her arms and legs literally not functioning. She couldn't even make a sandwich for her son. And her voice was so shaky and stuttery. It was just too sad to look at. And I marvel at the improvement she's made. I'm not sure I want to see your dance.

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Selma Blair Is Going on Dancing With The Stars With Multiple Sclerosis

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:15 min | 2 months ago

Selma Blair Is Going on Dancing With The Stars With Multiple Sclerosis

"Here's what's happening with someone. As much as I like her, it's so ridiculous to have Selma Blair on Dancing with the Stars. I know there was some of you who think she'll be sent home right away and maybe there's more of you think she'll win. Or at least be one of the final two or three, but I'm gonna tell you, you're wrong, you're wrong. Selma said, she motivated in part by the support of her friends. Even her Instagram followers who've been cheering her on. Well, we know what Instagram followers do. I see them do it to Britney Spears. They tell her she's great and she's wonderful and yes, queen when her life is just being blown away. Instagram followers are not your Friends, but some will Blair is listening to them and she's had MS since 2018 and she's going for it. I'm not gonna falter for that. She said, it's for the viewer because that's what's giving me support in dark times in my life. There have been people that came forward strangers on the street or Instagram. I'm doing it for them. First of all, don't do anything for people on Instagram. They're not your Friends. They don't know fucking thing about your life. But it's important for someone that she represents people with disabilities, especially being on a big show like Dancing with the Stars. I get it. Look, I get it. I get the whole thing about someone. But if I'm being honest, does anybody want to see someone with multiple sclerosis dance? I mean, she was in terrible shape a few years ago. I'm sure she got some stem cell treatment or something because not only were her arms and legs literally not functioning. She couldn't even make a sandwich for her son. And her voice was so shaky and stuttery. It was just too sad to look at. And I marvel at the improvement she's made. I'm not sure I want to see your dance.

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Robert Morgan: How I Became an Author

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 8 months ago

Robert Morgan: How I Became an Author

"Thank you. We're here to talk about your books actually. You've written many books. You are an author. You do a lot of speaking. You've sold millions of copies of your books. How did you get I always want to know people's stories because your book the one that we're going to talk about right now is called the Jordan River rules. And you wrote a book called the Red Sea rule. The Red Sea rules. I want to talk to you about those books, but how did you come? Where did you grow up and how did you come to be the writer of many books? Well, I'm a night of Tennessee, and I grew up in the mountains. I'm a hillbilly. I tell people I grew up. Where God made the sunshine and we made the moonshine. And I was married. Out of college and my wife and I began pastoring in the mountains, Katrina and I, and then we moved to Nashville. And so I was a pastor there. For over 40 years. And I would write out manuscript my sermons and eventually they began, you know, Nashville is a Mecca for publishing companies. And so eventually they turned into books and my wife went to heaven a couple of years ago, but I just keep on writing, but now my ministry is primarily writing and speaking, I'm still connected with my church in Nashville. But as a caregiver, I had to step away from full-time pastoring. And she had my wife Katrina had multiple sclerosis. But that's the way that we got into it. I didn't really intend to be a writer, but preparing sermon sort of pave the way

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American among civilians killed in Russian attack in Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

American among civilians killed in Russian attack in Ukraine

"The second American citizen reported killed in the invasion of Ukraine was there supporting his life partner who suffers from a chronic illness the death of Jimmy hill of Idaho and Minnesota was reported by his sister on Facebook she says he was in turn a heave waiting in a bread line with others when they were gunned down by Russian military forces the family told the media hill's longtime partner a Ukrainian woman has multiple sclerosis and they were hunkered down in a hospital on the third floor he had posted on social media there was indiscriminate bombing and that no one was safe internet heave but he wouldn't leave his partner by herself he'll also joked about growing out his beard and trying to look old and feeble in case he was caught by Russians a week before his death American journalist and filmmaker Brent Rendell was killed in the city of peen I'm Jackie Quinn

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 Fox News' Cavuto tests positive for COVID-19, urges vaccines

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Fox News' Cavuto tests positive for COVID-19, urges vaccines

"A popular fox news channel host is the latest celebrity to test positive for the corona virus Neil Cavuto says he is grateful that he's been vaccinated against covert nineteen especially now since he has tested positive for the disease the anchor made the disclosure in a news release from his network it says Caputo tested positive at the end of the show Monday night well he was absent from the show the following day he says in the statement that he feels fortunate because he has several health problems including multiple sclerosis open heart surgery and a history of cancer the law says doctors told with those medical issues he would be in a far more dire situation had he not been vaccinated says a statement to view is is a simple one get vaccinated for yourself and everyone around you fox news workers are required to be either vaccinated or tested regularly for covert nineteen I'm

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CNN's John King says he has MS, grateful for vaccinations

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

CNN's John King says he has MS, grateful for vaccinations

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting CNN's John King says he has M. S. during a discussion about covert vaccine mandates CNN's John King revealed Tuesday he has multiple sclerosis during an on air discussion of Kobe in nineteen mandates king said I'm immuno compromised I have multiple sclerosis so I'm grateful you're all vaccinated king and his guests were talking about vaccine mandates in the context of the death of former secretary of state Colin Powell who died Monday of covert complications despite being vaccinated Powell had cancer the compromised his immune system I might cross CO

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"Hasn't been born in colbert's conch. It does make a difference when you have women at the table and you know we mass yesterday with iraq women's caucus under it was a hugely powerful missing. It's a completely different dynamic to when we meet with the senior people from the hague jesse immuno the third no having to fight by what actually people are experienced. There's no having to convince people a wire. Nominee support partner aroma on the same page as it were linda. We have no doubt comeback to between down the sixth of october because nothing seems to be changing in terms of restrictions. The hospitals themselves would defend their right to do it and if anyone from the hospital wants to speak with me about why they defend their right to do it. We're here but linda for now. Thank you very much. Linda kelly indicate from the covert nineteen maternity rights campaign the opinion on courts monte six. Fm car insurance group call in person or call them now. I just talked to talk. They walked the walk. The the minds our love and we're ready to talk. Eighteen fifty seven one. Five nine nine texter. What's up. oh a three nine thousand nine hundred ninety six ninety six Email opinion dot for your premium mind with pj coogan encore ninety-six. There's quite a variation in views on this idea. That catherine martin and the green party have a boat pub opening hours k. Says it's important member the letter k. Not the name is important to to member why the laws introduced in the first place. Which according to k was to ensure that a workforce actually showed up to work in the morning and two who benefits from this change like buyer owners even by staff want to work shorter hours after cove it and look fires mr hospitality services crane for staff as it is. I don't know about that. That were introduced the first place to ensure a workforce actually showed up to work. That's that's that's an interesting take on this though You know wait for them all of this way for the moaning and begging peggy's to wayne dope the the big. There's a great expression of begging peggy. I think it's about time. This country The radio for once nighttime social reform fabulous idea. I don't see staying open mid week onto two. Am certainly a great option at the weekend. You can't please everyone. But i do wonder what age group the complainants and moans will come from. Maybe from those who've just forgotten how to live and nightmare indeed says take are they daft are wash are the greens running the asylum. But i liked that point that the other person makes their it. This isn't a boesch. Every pulp in the country being. Oh two or three. Am it's your local having the rice to decide that a particular saturday night or friday night. Very very busy nice. We know it's going to be very busy weekend. We can just decide though we're going to stay open next to our remain after two without having to try into court and pay a lot of money do which situation is now with more that that thing about the workforce showing opened morning. Well look more to religious believe it or not religious reasons and and women's rights reformers and all of this eighteen fifty seven. One five nine nine six. I wanna talk about multiple stirrups and its effect on people during the pandemic and how multiple people with multiple sclerosis have actually quite enjoyed working from home because it took the stress of dealing with their disease doubted notch. Which when you have multiple sclerosis stresses a big thing for you going to get to that in a couple of minutes but a promise that bring you this. When when oliver more and was on talking about the possible of licensing laws he started like commenting on the opening hours at christmas. And i had just been through the list of places that will were closed last christmas. On since stevens day. That was don's and alienated all closed on since stevens day. Tesco's did not all super value in sentras did not hall and again the same with spar and this year deals has announced. It will close on since stevens dan paraphrase oliver more. And we're saying once he said it's an interesting conversation because at a more secular time we're still worried about. Should we all be closing down on since evens day should should the pubs and the shops be opening since stevens day and he was making the point that look in in twenty twenty one. You know we've all got choices that we can make. That's what i was kind of taken from. What he was saying he he seemed interested very taken aback. By the fact that people were so interested in pubs and so our supermarkets closing on since stevens day. It prompted response on whatsapp more. Nothing to those who work in the industry serving the public shops and supermarkets deserve some time off on stevens day and on the day after. It's appalling absolutely appalling to think that we're going to lose any sense of family in this country because it's already gone and you've got to look to the leaders and the dons and say yet well-done stopping greedy. They don't you. I just think it's applaud. The shops have been opened certain hours extra in the build to christmas. Nobody needs anything until deacons dave in a grocer perspective. I can't say. I disagree with what you what she says. I have to say often wondered. Why would anyone go into a shop early stevens more than for a sale like thigh. This new stock in. It's the stuff they couldn't sell two days anyway. we'll come back to eighteen. Fifty seven one five nine nine six m s ireland of launched surveys and research to say that the the the pandemic has helped people to have conversations with their employers about the benefits of working from home long-term if you have m s Go to chat with call in was a regular listener. Who has ms but wanna go forced to save battles. Who's the ceo of m. s. arlanda ever. Good morning good morning. I could imagine why and i have a friend who is dealing with a number of them who are dealing with. Ms and working from home is a much more relaxed and stress free environment. And if you can do your job well from the spare bedroom or whatever facility you have and you have ms then you should get the opportunity to stay there fulltime. Should you not. Yes as you mentioned nine. Ten people with ms have said the pandemic actually has been steer conversations with their employers about benefits working from home long-term which actually for a lot of people wouldn't really have even been entertained before kovic. Exactly what you're saying. I suppose is that even to be able to have that conversation. Very empowering for some for some people and also now i think what has happened is employers have seen even though they had no choice for places. Employers have seen that people are able to work from home. People are very productive when they work from home. People are able to adopt. They're working schedule whether it be in the morning the afternoon the evening whenever suits them to ensure that they can get their work done so i think that's been a very positive piece for people with ms unless of people in january in relation to absolutely.

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"The intention of the head people in the heat see who unique with who divides the guidelines. You know there is a clear. Expectation from hitch ac- nationally at the hospitals followed the guidelines. Is it time for women's health and particularly you know held surrounding pregnancy. And motherhood and that kind of thing to be represented at the cabinet table or at least with a devoted and dedicated junior ministry absolutely page. It's really clear so many impacts at that we've seen during cova. I think you can draw a line directly back to the fact that there isn't enough women represented at senior decision making tables. And when you look even just at the cabinet sub-committee yankovic. It's six men and you know they're they're too far away from the lived. Experience of actually going into a maternity service to prioritize exists in. That's what we've seen you know. It's we're how long now we're almost coming off to the two year. Mark all were of the pricing michael mcgrath. Who has seven children so he's not unfamiliar with with maternity hospitals. He's but he you know his his youngest child isn't a you know hasn't been born in colbert's conch. It does make a difference when you have women at the table and you know we mass yesterday with iraq women's caucus under it was a hugely powerful missing. It's a completely different dynamic to when we meet with the senior people from the hague jesse immuno the third no having to fight by what actually people are experienced. There's no having to convince people a wire. Nominee support partner aroma on the same page as it were linda. We have no doubt comeback to between down the sixth of october because nothing seems to be changing in terms of restrictions. The hospitals themselves would defend their right to do it and if anyone from the hospital wants to speak with me about why they defend their right to do it. We're here but linda for now. Thank you very much. Linda kelly indicate from the covert nineteen maternity rights campaign the opinion on courts monte six. Fm car insurance group call in person or call them now. I just talked to talk. They walked the walk. The the minds our love and we're ready to talk. Eighteen fifty seven one. Five nine nine texter. What's up. oh a three nine thousand nine hundred ninety six ninety six Email opinion dot for your premium mind with pj coogan encore ninety-six. There's quite a variation in views on this idea. That catherine martin and the green party have a boat pub opening hours k. Says it's important member the letter k. Not the name is important to to member why the laws introduced in the first place. Which according to k was to ensure that a workforce actually showed up to work in the morning and two who benefits from this change like buyer owners even by staff want to work shorter hours after cove it and look fires mr hospitality services crane for staff as it is. I don't know about that. That were introduced the first place to ensure a workforce actually showed up to work. That's that's that's an interesting take on this though You know wait for them all of this way for the moaning and begging peggy's to wayne dope the the big. There's a great expression of begging peggy. I think it's about time. This country The radio for once nighttime social reform fabulous idea. I don't see staying open mid week onto two. Am certainly a great option at the weekend. You can't please everyone. But i do wonder what age group the complainants and moans will come from. Maybe from those who've just forgotten how to live and nightmare indeed says take are they daft are wash are the greens running the asylum. But i liked that point that the other person makes their it. This isn't a boesch. Every pulp in the country being. Oh two or three. Am it's your local having the rice to decide that a particular saturday night or friday night. Very very busy nice. We know it's going to be very busy weekend. We can just decide though we're going to stay open next to our remain after two without having to try into court and pay a lot of money do which situation is now with more that that thing about the workforce showing opened morning. Well look more to religious believe it or not religious reasons and and women's rights reformers and all of this eighteen fifty seven. One five nine nine six. I wanna talk about multiple stirrups and its effect on people during the pandemic and how multiple people with multiple sclerosis have actually quite enjoyed working from home because it took the stress of dealing with their disease doubted notch. Which when you have multiple sclerosis stresses a big thing for you going to get to that in a couple of minutes but a promise that bring you this. When when oliver more and was on talking about the possible of licensing laws he started like commenting on the opening hours at christmas. And i had just been through the list of places that will were closed last christmas. On since stevens day. That was don's and alienated all closed on since stevens day. Tesco's did not all super value in sentras did not hall and again the same with spar and this year deals has announced. It will close on since stevens dan paraphrase oliver more. And we're saying once he said it's an interesting conversation because at a more secular time we're still worried about. Should we all be closing down on since evens day should should the pubs and the shops be opening since stevens day and he was making the point that look in in twenty twenty one. You know we've all got choices that we can make. That's what i was kind of taken from. What he was saying he he seemed interested very taken aback. By the fact that people were so interested in pubs and so our supermarkets closing on since stevens day. It prompted response on whatsapp more. Nothing to those who work in the industry serving the public shops and supermarkets deserve some time off on stevens day and on the day after. It's appalling absolutely appalling to think that we're going to lose any sense of family in this country because it's already gone and you've got to look to the leaders and the dons and say yet well-done stopping greedy. They don't you. I just think it's applaud. The shops have been opened certain hours extra in the build to christmas. Nobody.

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"There isn't enough women represented at senior decision making tables. And when you look even just at the cabinet sub-committee yankovic. It's six men and you know they're they're too far away from the lived. Experience of actually going into a maternity service to prioritize exists in. That's what we've seen you know. It's we're how long now we're almost coming off to the two year. Mark all were of the pricing michael mcgrath. Who has seven children so he's not unfamiliar with with maternity hospitals. He's but he you know his his youngest child isn't a you know hasn't been born in colbert's conch. It does make a difference when you have women at the table and you know we mass yesterday with iraq women's caucus under it was a hugely powerful missing. It's a completely different dynamic to when we meet with the senior people from the hague jesse immuno the third no having to fight by what actually people are experienced. There's no having to convince people a wire. Nominee support partner aroma on the same page as it were linda. We have no doubt comeback to between down the sixth of october because nothing seems to be changing in terms of restrictions. The hospitals themselves would defend their right to do it and if anyone from the hospital wants to speak with me about why they defend their right to do it. We're here but linda for now. Thank you very much. Linda kelly indicate from the covert nineteen maternity rights campaign the opinion on courts monte six. Fm car insurance group call in person or call them now. I just talked to talk. They walked the walk. The the minds our love and we're ready to talk. Eighteen fifty seven one. Five nine nine texter. What's up. oh a three nine thousand nine hundred ninety six ninety six Email opinion dot for your premium mind with pj coogan encore ninety-six. There's quite a variation in views on this idea. That catherine martin and the green party have a boat pub opening hours k. Says it's important member the letter k. Not the name is important to to member why the laws introduced in the first place. Which according to k was to ensure that a workforce actually showed up to work in the morning and two who benefits from this change like buyer owners even by staff want to work shorter hours after cove it and look fires mr hospitality services crane for staff as it is. I don't know about that. That were introduced the first place to ensure a workforce actually showed up to work. That's that's that's an interesting take on this though You know wait for them all of this way for the moaning and begging peggy's to wayne dope the the big. There's a great expression of begging peggy. I think it's about time. This country The radio for once nighttime social reform fabulous idea. I don't see staying open mid week onto two. Am certainly a great option at the weekend. You can't please everyone. But i do wonder what age group the complainants and moans will come from. Maybe from those who've just forgotten how to live and nightmare indeed says take are they daft are wash are the greens running the asylum. But i liked that point that the other person makes their it. This isn't a boesch. Every pulp in the country being. Oh two or three. Am it's your local having the rice to decide that a particular saturday night or friday night. Very very busy nice. We know it's going to be very busy weekend. We can just decide though we're going to stay open next to our remain after two without having to try into court and pay a lot of money do which situation is now with more that that thing about the workforce showing opened morning. Well look more to religious believe it or not religious reasons and and women's rights reformers and all of this eighteen fifty seven. One five nine nine six. I wanna talk about multiple stirrups and its effect on people during the pandemic and how multiple people with multiple sclerosis have actually quite enjoyed working from home because it took the stress of dealing with their disease doubted notch. Which when you have multiple sclerosis stresses a big thing for you going to get to that in a couple of minutes but a promise that bring you this. When when oliver more and was on talking about the possible of licensing laws he started like commenting on the opening hours at christmas. And i had just been through the list of places that will were closed last christmas. On since stevens day. That was don's and alienated all closed on since stevens day. Tesco's did not all super value in sentras did not hall and again the same with spar and this year deals has announced. It will close on since stevens dan paraphrase oliver more. And we're saying once he said it's an interesting conversation because at a more secular time we're still worried about. Should we all be closing down on since evens day should should the pubs and the shops be opening since stevens day and he was making the point that look in in twenty twenty one. You know we've all got choices that we can make. That's what i was kind of taken from. What he was saying he he seemed interested very taken aback. By the fact that people were so interested in pubs and so our supermarkets closing on since stevens day. It prompted response on whatsapp more. Nothing to those who work in the industry serving the public shops and supermarkets deserve some time off on stevens day and on the day after. It's appalling absolutely appalling to think that we're going to lose any sense of family in this country because it's already gone and you've got to look to the leaders and the dons and say yet well-done stopping greedy. They don't you. I just think it's applaud. The shops have been opened certain hours extra in the build to christmas. Nobody.

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"Wrong. There's always an element of local hospital after make local decisions particularly and we've said this before you know if there is an outbreak and see when hank obviously they'll have to put in place you know a particular says restrictions on that particular time what was to mentally you know. The hospitals are all funded to hate to see the hate you see. Reports to the minister underwent they're talking about local economy. It's not their intention. That hospitals would diverge so much from the national guidelines as they are not the minister's intention it certainly not the intention of the head people in the heat see who unique with who divides the guidelines. You know there is a clear. Expectation from hitch ac- nationally at the hospitals followed the guidelines. Is it time for women's health and particularly you know held surrounding pregnancy. And motherhood and that kind of thing to be represented at the cabinet table or at least with a devoted and dedicated junior ministry absolutely page. It's really clear so many impacts at that we've seen during cova. I think you can draw a line directly back to the fact that there isn't enough women represented at senior decision making tables. And when you look even just at the cabinet sub-committee yankovic. It's six men and you know they're they're too far away from the lived. Experience of actually going into a maternity service to prioritize exists in. That's what we've seen you know. It's we're how long now we're almost coming off to the two year. Mark all were of the pricing michael mcgrath. Who has seven children so he's not unfamiliar with with maternity hospitals. He's but he you know his his youngest child isn't a you know hasn't been born in colbert's conch. It does make a difference when you have women at the table and you know we mass yesterday with iraq women's caucus under it was a hugely powerful missing. It's a completely different dynamic to when we meet with the senior people from the hague jesse immuno the third no having to fight by what actually people are experienced. There's no having to convince people a wire. Nominee support partner aroma on the same page as it were linda. We have no doubt comeback to between down the sixth of october because nothing seems to be changing in terms of restrictions. The hospitals themselves would defend their right to do it and if anyone from the hospital wants to speak with me about why they defend their right to do it. We're here but linda for now. Thank you very much. Linda kelly indicate from the covert nineteen maternity rights campaign the opinion on courts monte six. Fm car insurance group call in person or call them now. I just talked to talk. They walked the walk. The the minds our love and we're ready to talk. Eighteen fifty seven one. Five nine nine texter. What's up. oh a three nine thousand nine hundred ninety six ninety six Email opinion dot for your premium mind with pj coogan encore ninety-six. There's quite a variation in views on this idea. That catherine martin and the green party have a boat pub opening hours k. Says it's important member the letter k. Not the name is important to to member why the laws introduced in the first place. Which according to k was to ensure that a workforce actually showed up to work in the morning and two who benefits from this change like buyer owners even by staff want to work shorter hours after cove it and look fires mr hospitality services crane for staff as it is. I don't know about that. That were introduced the first place to ensure a workforce actually showed up to work. That's that's that's an interesting take on this though You know wait for them all of this way for the moaning and begging peggy's to wayne dope the the big. There's a great expression of begging peggy. I think it's about time. This country The radio for once nighttime social reform fabulous idea. I don't see staying open mid week onto two. Am certainly a great option at the weekend. You can't please everyone. But i do wonder what age group the complainants and moans will come from. Maybe from those who've just forgotten how to live and nightmare indeed says take are they daft are wash are the greens running the asylum. But i liked that point that the other person makes their it. This isn't a boesch. Every pulp in the country being. Oh two or three. Am it's your local having the rice to decide that a particular saturday night or friday night. Very very busy nice. We know it's going to be very busy weekend. We can just decide though we're going to stay open next to our remain after two without having to try into court and pay a lot of money do which situation is now with more that that thing about the workforce showing opened morning. Well look more to religious believe it or not religious reasons and and women's rights reformers and all of this eighteen fifty seven. One five nine nine six. I wanna talk about multiple stirrups and its effect on people during the pandemic and how multiple people with multiple sclerosis have actually quite enjoyed working from home because it took the stress of dealing with their disease doubted notch. Which when you have multiple sclerosis stresses a big thing for you going to get to that in a couple of minutes but a promise that bring you this. When when oliver more and was on talking about the possible of licensing laws he started like commenting on the opening hours at christmas. And i had just been through the list of places that will were closed last christmas. On since stevens day. That was don's and alienated all closed on since stevens day. Tesco's did not all super value in sentras did not hall and again the same with spar and this year deals has announced. It will close on since stevens dan paraphrase oliver more. And we're saying once he said it's an interesting conversation because at a more secular time we're still worried about. Should we all be closing down on since evens day should should the pubs and the shops be opening since stevens day and he was making the point that look in in twenty twenty one. You know we've all got choices that we can make. That's what i was kind of taken from. What he was saying he he seemed interested very taken aback. By the fact that people were so interested in pubs and so our supermarkets closing on since stevens day. It prompted response on whatsapp more. Nothing to those who work in the industry serving the public shops and supermarkets deserve some time off on stevens day and on the day after. It's appalling absolutely appalling to think that we're going to lose any sense of family in this country because it's already gone and you've got to look to the leaders and the dons and say yet well-done stopping greedy. They don't you. I just think it's applaud. The shops have been opened certain hours extra in the build to christmas. Nobody.

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Documented in the chart that. I'm supporting a their health. And then we will watch for side effects on their medicines. Yeah so i had to learn how to talk about in a way. That was more comfortable for people and make sure that people did not think i was treating disease then. I was working on creating better health as always as auctioned medicines the science and quitting health and disease as a side effect. Exactly right and what we're simply doing is monitoring the drugs to be sure people are not overmedicated. Right know. I had a huge problem when i wrote my book. Blood sugar solution because people started falling book and it was number one bestseller and were following the program. And we're getting all these calls. My blood pressure's too long. We have blood sugars to allow mike. Yeah you don't need your medication. So i had to put in a big warning. Says if you're on medication this program can be dangerous because it will prevent you from eating those medications and if you're taking them your blood sugar in your blood pressure going to go to los. You need to take off with your doctor. Yeah so we did that as well. We put all these points in my in my reprints in the book to say you got meds you have to work closely with your back. 'cause you may need to steadily so let's switch topics a little bit. I want to talk about the microbiome. You mentioned it briefly. But i remember years ago twenty years. I ms patient and she said to me. Dr armand or have you heard about balance and whenever my airline val gets bad. Miami's gets back. Mayor bows better my ms better. And i was like oh noted noted like i when patients say that to me i pay attention and that was before even the word. Microbiome was in the culture at all and in functional medicine. We always address the guy we always address it. Got dealing with inflammation and msn inflammatory disease. So what what is the story of the microbiome. Ms in weiser such a link. And how does how does it all connect and what do we do about. It is how does the walls protocol affect the microbiome. We have a greater appreciation that Your microbiome is talking to your t-cells. Your t regulatory cells affects your immune tone of how. How many pro inflammation molecules. You're going to make a in which immune cells are going to be act. We also know if you have a leaky. You probably also have a leaky brain and these immune cells and these inflammatory molecules getting into your brain and activating the immune cells in your brain called in your micro. Gloria are continually sensing the environment in either making it very inflammatory which is causing it relapse or very repair of which is rebuilding the mile. That's been damaged in. That is going to depend on what you're eating and what you're doing and so it's part of why you know i talk to my patients are you. Pooping rocks logs snakes pudding or t t. You need less fiber. If it's rock dry logs you need more fiber and more crowd and kimchi. If you've got snakes and the get into your pants then probably still need to have less fiber. Snakes are deal but only if they don't get into your pants geico. That's the best description. I've heard a little graphic. But i think we all get the point everyone laughs and they'll get it. They all understand it and snakes in the pants are problem to let them to functional medicine. We treat the gut directly like we we really focus on gutter paradigm therapies that five our program on medicine. Do you need to do that with the walls protocol or do you just do the general approach and it works need to dive in there and his person has extra benefits or they have this and that parasite you know what what is interesting markets. I when i went through my personal transformation my only clinic. Rex was at the. Va at the you. Can't you really can't do a functionalist labs zero in supplements i could get were b vitamins and fish oil. That was it discovered us by basically doing the protocol man is reversing disease left and right in so what i learned was Behavior change group clinics group visits and the power of strenuous walls protocol. Listening closely to how people responded in making adjustments based on their response parasite or really bad. Don't need probiotics. Need other things they they they may they in this. No doubt if. I could have done functional medicine testing it would have. I could have recovered people more quickly and there are people who i could recover as well as i would have liked. That had been able to do functional testing. I could have probably done better incredible. So the microbes a huge role in arming system and in across the spectrum of diseases in Inflammation we've talked about that along the podcast. I i do think that the the work you're doing so radical because it does it does affect everything affects your nutrient levels that affects your microbiome reduces inflammation it helps to optimize the function of all the systems in your body that you were talking about Let's shift a little bit because we've been talking about a multiple sclerosis and your your latest book. there's really about the auto immune spectrum not just mass which is part of that. So why is this effective for that. And one of the things that people can do if they have an autoimmune disease at wanna get back to so why do we develop an autoimmune process. Why does my nate immune system get overly activated. Why do i begin to develop auto. Antibodies against specific structures at in my body..

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"The fatigue. Severity severity scale score goes from seven to one seven. Total fatigue in every aspect of your life one. No fatigue dropped a two point three eight points and point four or five is clinically meaningful. Let's see huge drop in the anxiety. A remarkably went down depression. Remarkably went down a verbal memory nonverbal memory in performance. Whoa markedly up. In half of our folks had improvements in their twenty five foot walking time for progressive. Ms when you anticipate a twenty percent decline per year if we as a group we held them flat so as a group that's through that was remarkably worse which is why it's called right. Yeah that's why that's why they call it progressive right. So that's very exciting stuff. So that was the first study that people could tolerate it. They would do it and they didn't get worse than they often got. Better and had a reduction of fatigue. What were the next. Follow up studies. You've done. what do they show so. The study was a small study again. Funded by our donors And now we just did the diet in randomized a relapsing remitting studied. I in in twelve weeks so shorter duration. So it's less costly to run. A people again could radically change. their diet. fatigue went down life. What remarkably up in the speed. What you could do a twenty five foot walk. Remarkably improved and the hand function also compared to the control group so tear you went from mike reclining wheelchair to running your by twenty miles a day. How many people see that level of change you know in terms of the whole population. I don't know mark cases like yours where people are recovering or yeah. Yeah i i am so one of the individuals in our study dawn. She was using a cane for short distances walker for long distances. she had severe fatigue. she was Making arrangements to sell their home move to assisted living because her son was fish grad school and she knew she couldn't manage once he moved out in enrolled in our study and she was struggling driving fifteen minutes to work okay so by the time the study ended her son graduate Moves out and we followed people for three years by the way so that point. She's taking her dog hiking for miles. She's doing a plots in weightlifting. She doesn't really like jogging so she didn't take jogging although she she can run in. Her sons moved six hours away and she's comfortable driving to see him. I saw dawn Before the pandemic was out Giving some lectures and in the community. So this thousand nineteen in. She looks great. That's incredible and y'all so she's still working. She would have been disabled in unemployed. Another patient from our our study again that i saw in two thousand nineteen with primary progressive. Ms again primary progressive ms. When she enrolled with us she needed bilateral support to walking sex. She had profound fatigue. Her score was six point seven on a seven point scale well. It's pretty bad so profoundly so. She's walking comfortably now. You know so. We enrolled her twenty ten. So now it's nine years later when i saw her. She's she's walking Doing well she is in a band geriatric band that she plays out. Why answer as very fun at my talk show see stands up like a bible. She's telling everyone in the audience about her experience in the study in how transformative in the study is and then the here's the other interesting thing that she also noted mark is that she's telling the. Is that if i stop walls protocol. I'm exhausted and i can't walk gets worse again it. It's worse she can. She can tell within twenty four hours if she's back on the diet so basically there's a person puts it in remission but it doesn't share it is that it well. I don't think anyone was the chronic disease ever cured. We control it. We restore physiology. We can improve our health. But if i if i came to your house and had gluten dairy and eggs my general neurology would turn on within twenty four hours. Sal had incapacitating pain. But you're cured if you don't clean lawrence second is perfect. But you know. Pete sugar goes up. Well yeah i guess maybe somebody else wouldn't so you're always have the tendency toward it but so so i'm very careful to not claim cure but i'm careful to say i am very well managed as long as i take care of myself find the walls protocol. I can bike. I can hike and pain free. And i do really very well. That is true for all of us who have whether it's things -iety depression diabetes insulin resistance as long as we are managing our diet and lifestyle we can have a rich full life relatively normal physiology no evidence of disease and do great. I can go back to that. Previous died in lifestyle and not get sick. that's incorrect right by ingredients like beijing. Who was diabetic. And i told me to do. And he's going to normal he says dr and now my blood sugar normal. Can i go back to eating carbohydrates. I'm like no so you just got a two million dollar gifts support your study on the set of clinically isolated syndrome in relapsing remitting ms. So yeah so that yeah. That was very exciting study. We're about to launch that just before the pandemic we're going to have newly diagnosed ms clinically. I said syndrome folks baseline assessments baseline..

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Teeth Knocked Out - burst 2

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Christina Applegate Reveals Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis

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Christina Applegate Reveals Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

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Christina Applegate Says She Has Multiple Sclerosis

AP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Christina Applegate Says She Has Multiple Sclerosis

Christina Applegate Reveals She Has Multiple Sclerosis

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Christina Applegate Reveals She Has Multiple Sclerosis

"Actor Christina Applegate says she's been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis Margie's our letter with the latest Christina Applegate said she found out a few months ago that she has multiple sclerosis which affects the nervous system Applegate who is forty nine says it's been a tough road and a strange journey but she's felt supported by others who also have MS Applegate previously battled breast cancer she's probably best known for her roles on married with children Jesse Samantha who and dead to me

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

"Bring you another episode grant. Can you tell us a little bit about your professional background. Sure so. I'm in the medical scientist. Training program at the university of alabama at birmingham sought to md phd program. That's funded by the nih program. Since i finished undergraduate in two thousand fifteen so i've been here for about six years. It's an eight year long program I've just completed my phd and rehabilitation science. Sort of the middle portion of the mvp hd training To your medical school before. I started that. Hd training and we'll be going back to medical school following my phd being approved and everything to finish off my md. Great and so. I know that's not a very typical path. So what are your long term career. Goals definitely So i've always. I did a lot of human subjects researched concussion. Research and undergrad and saw sort of how impactful translational research could be day basis for patients for there weren't a lot of Resources are sort of emerging sciences for the diseases that they're struggling with and so i really wanted to be on the forefront of this clinical research translational a. approach. And so my goal. Now after. I've been doing this she works. Which sort of introduced me to vestibular function testing and clinical vestibular. Disease is to be a clinician. Folks out of the steeler disease either through neurology. Pathway or otolaryngology down the road. But i need to decide whether i wanted to the clinical or surgery side awesome. And so you started talking about the research that we're going to talk to you about today just like to give you a minute to acknowledge the team. That worked on this project with you. Yeah absolutely so so. This project is a collaboration between two labs at uab so my lab the stimuli research clinic we really start as a concussion. Lab try and understand how visibility function changing concussion and we ended up partnering with the exercise neuroscience research lab also at uab. That's headed by dr rob model. Who's co author on this paper and they really focus on mainly people with multiple sclerosis. But how do how can we better Develop exercise interventions or other types of interventions for people with an s so this is sort of our clinical testing background with our equipment from the view the research clinic with dr models expertise and treating people with ms right so I noticed that you know you're publishing in j. n. p. t. with physical therapists. You're not a pt yourself. But you do. Research was physical physical therapist. So just kinda wondering what your day to day How much interaction you have with. Pt's absolutely so my main research. Mentors dr jennifer chrissy whose co author on this paper as well and she's a phd. She's actually the head of the doctor of physical therapy program here at uab mainly teaching and administrative role with physical therapy students so i sort of interface with pt and a lot different ways. We have Dpt's students coming through my lab to do different projects. We actually just published a paper with some of those students. So i see them in the lab kind of get them into the research mindset. I've taught a few journal clubs for students then on the other side my rehabilitation science. Phd program Is a joint effort by the department and ot department to try and get people in those fields into research..

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

"Bring you another episode grant. Can you tell us a little bit about your professional background. Sure so. I'm in the medical scientist. Training program at the university of alabama at birmingham sought to md phd program. That's funded by the nih program. Since i finished undergraduate in two thousand fifteen so i've been here for about six years. It's an eight year long program I've just completed. My phd and rehabilitation science sort of the middle portion of the mvp hd training complete to your medical school before i started that hd training and we'll be going back to medical school following my phd being approved and everything to finish off my md. Great and so. I know that's not a very typical path. So what are your long term career. Goals definitely So i've always. I did a lot of human subjects researched concussion. Research and undergrad and saw sort of how impactful translational research could be day basis for patients for there weren't a lot of Resources are sort of emerging sciences for the diseases. That they're struggling. With and so. I really wanted to be on the forefront of this clinical research. Translational a approach. And so my goal. Now after i've been doing this she works. Which sort of introduced me to vestibular function testing and clinical vestibular. Disease is to be a clinician. Folks out of the steeler disease either through neurology. Pathway or otolaryngology down the road. But i need to decide whether i wanted to the clinical or surgery side awesome. And so you started talking about the research that we're going to talk to you about today just like to give you a minute to acknowledge the team. That worked on this project with you. Yeah absolutely so so. This project is a collaboration between two labs at uab so my lab the stimuli research clinic we really start as a concussion. Lab try and understand how visibility function changing concussion and we ended up partnering with the exercise neuroscience research lab at uab. That's headed by dr rob model. Who's co author on this paper and they really focus on mainly people with multiple sclerosis. But how do how can we better Develop exercise interventions or other types of interventions for people with an s so this is sort of our clinical testing background with our equipment from the view the research clinic with dr models expertise and treating people with ms right so I noticed that you know you're publishing in j. n. p. t. with physical therapists. You're not a pt yourself. But you do. Research was physical physical therapist. So just kinda wondering what your day to day. How much interaction you have with. Pt's absolutely so. My main research mentors dr jennifer christie whose co author on this paper as well and she's a phd. She's actually the head of the doctor of physical therapy program here at uab mainly teaching and administrative role with physical therapy students so i sort of interface with pt and a lot different ways. We have Dpt's students coming through my lab to do different projects. We actually just published a paper with some of those students. So i see them in the lab kind of get them into the research mindset. I've taught a few journal clubs for students then on the other side my rehabilitation science. Phd program Is a joint effort by the department and ot department to try and get people in those fields into research..

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

09:09 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Other diet for cancer. Another died for alzheimer's and other died for rheumatoid arthritis. Psoriasis it's the same principles that you can apply to all these things. Tell us terry how you kind found your way to hell through this approach that you call the walls protocol so you know in two thousand. I was diagnosed with ms. I knew is headed towards becoming bedridden. Possibly demented was having more and more trouble with severe pain. That was very difficult to control. Later i discover On one of my google searches The institute for functional medicine. And i took the course on nerpa action in the midst of my brain fog so this was a it was a bit challenging but i got through. It had a longer list of supplements a little deeper understanding of the things i could be doing for my mom andrea and for my brain i added that in that i had another really really big aha moment like i should. I should take this list of supplements in redesigned my paleo diet to maximize the nutritional intake so restructured my diet and within a month my fatigue was markedly reduced. My mental clarity was clearly improving in three months. I get up. And i'm walking with a cane filter out wheelchair walking around with a cane and in nine months. I'm on my bike and pedal around the block for the first time in six years and in twelve months i do a twenty mile bike ride with my family unbelievable so so is a year a year. Now take us a little bit slower through what you did because you did a lot of paleo diet than you did the drugs but then you went to this no protection plan. Fam you learn from their right to do to optimize your system. This very intensive nutrition So i had ramped up my vegetables to like nine cups of vegetables. Day s. eighteen serve team servants. Not the five to nine. Yeah it's a small amount of meet lots and lots of vegetables and it's very specific groups of various speakers. Very specific medicinal vecsey talked about exactly people are probably listening. But what are the what are the nineteen or eighteen servings of vegetables eight and what were they in. What do they do. Okay so i. I think the most powerful one is all these screens so as having tons and tons of green leafy vegetables so probably having six to actually six to nine cups measured raw callers care. Collards kale a little bit of spinach. As i really craved kale in a huge way. Perhap- collards Would have a swiss chard Had lots and lots of salads would have some cooked greens As very big into cabot family vegetables cabbage broccoli turnips rutabagas Lots of raw some cooked but also very very big garlic's lots of garlic shallots. An jons soifer boost the detox. Booster boy debate. Gamma military gasset intracellular. Thiamine then very much into mushrooms. Mushrooms stimulate and prime adaptive innate immune cells the also stimulate your ability to make nerve growth factors so am initial. Mushrooms are powerful very powerful because amazing ingredients. That foods and garlic and mushrooms are foods crossed many many cultures across all the continents. These foods with a lot of ancient cultural wisdom marines brassica 's enron onions and then that color and then collar. So the polyphenols are a marker for color in the polyphenols. Get an study after. Study the more collar you have the lower. The rates of heart disease diabetes obesity cardiovascular answers so you what color and furthermore blue purple black a lot of studies showing you can have measurable improvement in cognition. This little sixteen weeks using just a cup of blueberries as an placebo. Double blind crossover trials. That's hardly any time at all. No not it's colorful along kind of color by flint so it again three cups of deeply pigmented stuff in then fats. Fats have have a critical role. All of our cells are wrapped. In fact there are fat rappers cell membranes and our brain is sixty two seven percent fat so nerve coverings we shared destroyed and ms are also fat and they need iraqi donna. Gasset did he. Costa putnam gas. The need the cossacks dog acid. They need a six and a mega three fats. in so i need to have more fat in the diet reduced saturated fat. You know actually i did. So i use lots of fat so We have flat oil hemp oil. In the since the i'd use and then we would cook In saturated fat coke royal. I'd use bacon fat duck fat. My that's you know. For years i worked at the vet. So i'd would teach the. That's my favorite recipe was bacon and greens. You cook up some bacon. Take the bacon out. Leave the bacon fat dumping the greens stream round to the wilted at the bacon. Back if you didn't like it just double the bacon the next time you make it and my vets go like oh my god i mean i can eat bacon. Take that actually tastes now. Sounds like taste wonderful. So we have lots of Avocados bell Get into nuts and seeds And so what is remarkable was the speed at which. I could see the difference in thirty days so i was thinking about. You know you you took all these drugs. They didn't work. But when you use food as a drug as medicine in actually worked faster and that's what i saw. Clinic was able to teach My residence and clinic as well. That food is the most powerful medicine in. It works cheaper than most drugs. And it's it's it's an amazing substance on when people understand. It's not just calories as we learned in functional medicine. It's information and they can go wait a minute. I can upgrade my biology. But putting better information and your body absolutely absolutely also add in there. added in electrical stimulation of my muscles. That was a a technique that athletes have been doing for decades to speed the recovery from athletic injuries. So my physical therapist had agreed to let me add that. So i i was doing that. I had gone back to adding meditation at night So i added that back whether diagnostic tests on yourself. What you discovered anything. That was all out of balance up so into my recovery so two years into my recovery. I thought well i'm sure. Toxic load was a big issue in all of this. So keep in mind. I've been walking around hiking now. I've been biking very little pain. So i'm in great shape if i did a twenty four hour Heavy models challenge test. And i was diffusely toxic in everything. All your medals were high on. My medals were high. I think there were only four That were not high now. The thing that i should tell you. I repeat it all of that four years later and everything has gone missing so who knows how incredibly toxic i was in the right. And how did you get rid of them. All well when i designed my protocol high designed around busey the detox enzyme so that's why i stressed the greens the software the caller added in there. Some seo sitting in some algae as well minders to get the metals out stop regulate your it and then the other thing six months in my recovery. I was able to overcome my heat intolerance..

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"I also love that. It's diet friendly whether you're vegan paleo. Kito dairy free gluten free right now. Athletic greens is offering my audience. A full year's supply of their vitamin d three k. Two liquid formula free with your first purchase now. These two nutrients are also so vital for a strong immune system strong bones and many of us are not getting enough of them. I use the athletic powder. And they're d three k to formula to make sure. I get extra nutrients that complement my diet. They're also going to give you five free travel packs as well just go to athletic greens dot com slash hyman to get your free supply of vitamin d. Three and k to an five free travel packs with your first purchase. You'll get it delivered straight to your door. And i promise you'll feel the difference. Athletic greens can make in your daily wellness routine again. That's athletic greens dot com for slash hyman. Now let's get back to this episode of the doctors pharmacy high one of the producers of the doctors pharmacy. Dr hammond frequently says food isn't like medicine. Food is medicine and it works quicker and better than many drugs on the market. This was certainly proven. True by dr terry walls who use the power of food and lifestyle change to treat n reverse her ms. She sat down with dr highland to tell her story and discuss how the protocol she developed is proving effective in treating a wide range of illnesses routinely not leeann being contacted by people who are told me that their treating physicians had given up on them saying there was nothing that they had to offer them for a condition though which of course have never heard of and they're telling me that they've implemented the walls protocol and that their functions are improving to be true. But the truth is that when you look at the principle of creating health there are certain foundational concepts here the right food exercise stress reduction sleep the right nutrients and it doesn't matter. What does he have. Because when you provide the body what it needs it often can recover so it's not like there's one treatment for a mess and.

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"I get up. I'm walking with a cane in the nine months. I'm on my bike. And i panel around the block for the first time. Six years In in twelve months do a twenty mile bike ride with my family haberman. it's dr mark. My main goal with diet issues food as but even when we eat super well. Most of us are missing out on certain essential nutrients our soil's have become depleted and our digestive tract. Just aren't working so grade compromised by stress and toxins and they just can't absorb nutrients as efficiently as they should. And that's why. I always used. And i recommend to. My patients a multivitamin mineral as nutritional insurance. It covers the basics for all our day-to-day body functions. All the things that we need that our food might be missing but there are so many products out there. I wouldn't go near because they contain artificial fillers or inactive ingredients and you have to pretty picky. The one i trust and take myself is athletic. Greens these high quality highly absorbable forms of vitamins and nutrients from real whole foods athletic. Greens comes in a powder that tastes great and mixes easily with water or smoothies and specifically supports my gut health immunity energy recovery and it's not just vitamins and minerals it has fido nutrient rich superfoods and adapted jin's and pre and probiotics even digestive enzymes. I love that. They add the digest with support in their powder since so much of our immune strength and overall wellness starts in the gut. It's really one supplement that covers so many bases and you'd be hard pressed to find something else in this comprehensive form any single other product. I use athletic. Greens in the morning as part of my daily routine. And i love having it with me whenever i travel..

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast

Health Hats, the Podcast

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast

"My eyes did not have and see the tops of trees which i used to walk beneath for shelter from rain and sun and see the way things go together like continental tracts of land punctuated by water and lights and roads and other concrete artifices when diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. I gave thanks. Mike and i shared a superpower the ability to accept. What is guessing that. I'm part of god. Superpowers are magic lever of best health. What are your superpowers. Please appreciate them. May you.

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast

Health Hats, the Podcast

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast

"What that makes me think about is that how. How do people make the best use of their massage therapist. So what i mean. Is that can envision that people lay on the table and their passer. Just do whatever you do. One of the things i like about working with you is it's feel like i don't know i come out of there with feel different. Maybe something got released. Maybe it doesn't really till tomorrow the next day but something changes. But i feel like there's one of the things that we talk about. Some where during the session is like tomorrow just year working on me. What can people think about when they're trying to make the best use of their massaged therapist. You already said when you're looking going in with what your goal is but it does echo for the visit as well heading just trying to think how to me when i think about using somebody on my team i think about that. There's like my preparation and then there's my follow through. So what do you recommend in terms of preparation and follow through when somebody's working with you for preparation. I think you don't really have to think too hard about it. Usually muscle tissue response best or even facial tissue respond best when somebody's able to have a good night's sleep they're well hydrated as some of the things that seem to be pretty common in most people's an accurate Trained he smartly donny. All sorts of junk food. You maybe don't go out Have ten beers with your friends. Eat a bunch of nachos get two hours asleep and then come in for really good session theory as long as you're reasonable about it if you've been trying to do a good job with making sure that you get a little sleep you're well hydrated you eat sensibly. You're well rested. Whatever it might be the those are really some of the markers that really helped the body able to respond expeditiously. Let's say you come in and you have shoulder pain or neck pain and you have had a good night's sleep and you're well hydrated and stuff as we're working through the areas that we find. That might have pain or discomfort and where working those areas. If you meet those few little simple goals it might respond twice as fast as somebody who decided to have six beers and is the hydrated and got sleep. Unfortunately i haven't figured out a better way but since it is a duration based service if you want to get the most money out of your session with a massage therapist than making sure that you do. Those little things will expedite the potential for more work to be done during the session. Pay so value is right by just by doing a couple of those things you're going to be able to in many cases get more done because the body will respond more quickly than if you did it. Oh so that's where when you're working on me that you work in an area and you'll say oh. Did you feel that. release there. And so you're saying that if it takes longer to work something than in the our. There's fewer things you can do as opposed to if it releases more quickly and those releases can depend on general right ration- and rest. It is a factor. Okay okay. there's a lot. There's a lot of other factors whether something's just happened is it acute is a chronic right that you just pull your hamstring yesterday. Maybe it's going to be inflamed than we really can't work 'cause we need to wait for the inflammatory response to get to a point where it's going to be willing to have to change right if your body's in full production nothing's going to happen no matter what you try and do but if you follow the general health than yes if let's say we found a spot in your hip that's tight. We start working it. I feel a change in the muscle. Tissue maybe you feel a change in what you might think is changing my pressure or the amount of pain that's elicited their the better health you general guidelines health. You have that gives us the potential to cut the window of time that we are working that area from. I don't know let's say forty seconds to twenty seconds and over the course of a session that adds up to ten minutes fifteen minutes something like that. Let me ask you a different question different area. So how do you integrate with other treatment. Modalities very well. I think so but i mean is so. I have a team of people right. So i go to acupuncture a primary care physician. Either physical therapist people meditate. There's other maybe not calling him. Treatment modalities but whatever but how do you have as massage. they're be kinda you think about the different modalities that a person might be using when you're working with somebody. There's definitely always. I think that any very professional massage therapist is very in tune with what their scope of work allows them to do. Okay but that doesn't mean that you don't have additional knowledge that is useful in some way so for a great as a great example of just use myself i worked in a marathon physical therapy up in newton for four years three and a half four years. I got to work hands on with. Pt's all the time. I saw all sorts of stuff. We worked closely together. We triage things. They ask me what i would do. Or they'd ask me to see something or work on something because they might not have the time. They taught me a lot about joins. They.

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast

Health Hats, the Podcast

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast

"Deeper levels of anatomy and physiology without necessarily needing to feel that they need things that might fall into other demands. Like energy. work or sacral. Where or things of that. It's so how do you. How do you apply that when you treat me as i always try and find out if there's something specific that you wanna work on if there's a specific type of pain pattern or trouble that you've had with something right whether that might be a difficulty with a movement or fatigue or whatever else might be going on. I still take all that information and then compile it with what i know to try and figure out the best possible way to help you you as someone who has a mass. It's fascinating working with you because you respond differently than someone else may because of the underlying nature of s same more. So what would i mean by that. Is that typically neuro-muscular massage that works with trigger points with tractors fasha and problem solving those types of things they have a very visceral and strong reaction neurologically to what's going on. So current trigger point hypothesis still says that when people have referred pain or people have specific pain patterns. There's a connection between A lot of nossa section sensation. That can turn into pain but isn't necessarily pain and dysfunction as an example if somebody's walking around and they're limping a lot and they're putting a lot. They're favoring one side. Maybe that side is overworked and it hurts and there might be specific areas in that muscle tissue that when i press might refer somewhere else in their hip there glued media's maybe and they might feel it in their lower back now that can be a fazul response or neurological response with you the only times you feel referrals irwin. There's a very strong fazul response. But not so much. A linear correlation between your vertebrae your nerve root and the ways that they're innovated where they connect and how the the pain patterns might flow the way that the section works. And that's because of the ns because of how the myelin sheathing and the way that the signaling is interrupted my hypothesis. This is purely speculation. Sure my speculation is that because there's an interruption and things are slightly slowed in many ways. There's a delayed response in so. You're fashion system compensates for it and the only times feel those referrals or when there's a fashion connection not one. There's a neurological connection. Wow i know that the constellation of different things that i come in with can range from the the weakness on one side or that i use to canes or that. I play a baritone saxophone. There seems like there's different kinds of causes or triggers or whatever you definitely have different types of patterns and those patterns are something that you're not actually straight up asking me but as part of when you come in or when someone comes in with some sort of pain they're asking me to figure out the combination code of that pattern to unlock it for them so that they can continue doing what they want to do with as little or no pain as possible. It's true yeah it's really so let's move a little bit from from me so have is somebody either. I choose somebody and then evaluate if it's the right fit. You need to have a goal in mind i think. Okay what do you want achieve. do you want to relax. Do you want to feel like you have a deeper energetic thing that needs to be fixed. Do you have a pain has been bothering you. You post surgery or are you pre surgery. There are some qualifying questions. Okay once you know what your objective is or you think you might know at your objective. Then you can start looking for a specific type of massage therapist. I always recommend that once. You have an idea of what you might like or what your goal is to then give a call to a few people find out what's going on. Send him an email text them call however you want communicate okay. Okay and then ask how they go about it if it resonates with you then go for. It's not only massages interesting. It's not only the modality or the style of massage. But it's also the person's philosophy around their work. Okay so there might be ten twenty maybe fifty people with the qualifications that i have a ten mile square radius in greater boston right now. How i look at it. And how i am. I approach releasing tissue or resolving. Your issue might be completely different from somebody else's philosophy people Guys are intensity athletes. They like to come in and like just go for a managers. Beat the snot. Adamy do what you gotta do. I want this pain gone. I need to be able to play a match tomorrow. And maybe somebody who is recovering from a hip replacement might say it really hurts when i sleep on this side. Pt said. i can sleep on this side. But he thinks there's a soft tissue dysfunction. what can we do. I really want that pain gotten. But i'm so tired of being in pain and i'm very sensitive. So how can we still be productive in our work without me. Having to be a lot of pain during the session so that communication in those types of questions are important to have some concept of so. You can talk that through and a good massage. Therapist will happily talk you through their philosophy and tell you how they work and why they think that's good and if it works for you go for it if it's not quite what you want them give.

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"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast

Health Hats, the Podcast

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"multiple sclerosis" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast

"All of this. Andre good to be talking to you today. Thanks for taking the time to to join me. I'm doing a series about people on my health team and ear certainly a key member of my health team. I wanted to introduce people to massage and just talk more about why. It's important to me and more about you as a massage therapist. So tell me i. Where were you when you first realized that health was fragile. I love the question. And i've thought about it a little bit and believe it or not. It was pretty early on. I think while the full concept of health might not have been grasped my grandmother. When i was very young. I noticed that she was ill and when i was about five or so she passed away that process of being with her enjoying my time with her seeing visible signs on her body that she's becoming ill g. She ended up passing away from a relatively unknown. Thank amyloidosis which it's a protein mutation that basically attack the body in different ways to keep it simple. But i was young enough to notice that things were changing and that eventually she passed on and those visuals in that understanding has actually when i think about it stuck with me when you knew that question very thanksgiving it is interesting how as we grow up and we become aware of our surroundings and when this whole idea that it just can't guarantee health said interesting one. So how is it that you became a massage therapist. That's a funny little story. I was i and engineer. Actually went to wentworth. I became an architectural engineer. Got my bachelor's science. There and i worked at construction as an engineer and Safety officer many hats as often as people are and years into that we had our economic downfall. I found myself doing a lot. More different types of things trying to experiment with things like akito just being more physical and one time. I hurt my shoulder. Badly enough ended up having a couple of partial tears. My left rotator cuff with health insurance available at the time because the construction industry was hit. Hard and i didn't have a job at the time but my akito instructor said you need to go get a massage. Not just any massage. I want you to see this guy. He knows how to really do the right stuff. So i said okay i got his name and the guy's name is randy pain and he still practices in watertown. Pain liked it. He a. y. n. e. but interestingly enough he was trained as a saint john's neuro muscular therapists okay and he specialized rehabilitative and massage and pain management now. I had no idea what i was going in for. But when i went in. I felt all the things that were hurting me. Reproduced and amplified as part of the treatment. But they away. And i thought that was fascinating and as an engineer and a designer. Someone who's always asking questions and wants to know how things work might yuri awesome in peaked. So when this happened. I was still in the process of figuring out if i want to stay in engineering. If i wanted to transition into architecture and i thought that in the meantime as i started to hear more and more stories of people having positive effects from this type of massage i thought to myself. Hey this is so. Different from architecture is what i thought at the time. Why don't i do this on the side. Get my certification on off. I want to go to grad school. And i'll be able to do something that gives me a little side cash. Yes so i went to school. And i didn't really like it. This is getting better. And better. I i really did. I thought that the beginning stuff that they showed and they talked about was not what i wanted. But i knew that if i stuck with it that something interesting would happen and i got a lot of other stuff out of it right like i realized that formalized education may not be the way that i want to continue going forward so i realized right off the bat that may be grad. School was out of the picture. But i said okay if grad schools out of the picture let me really focus on this and see what happens and about two thirds of the way through the program. I'm sitting there. I'm looking at the the visuals of the human body. The the way that everything act as studying the muscular the bone structure and all of a sudden it was like somebody took a geometry transparency. Overlay that the us and they just placed all my engineering knowledge neatly. Right on top of the human body i saw expansion joints. I saw stairs. I saw cantilever beams. I saw you name it. Shear connections all these things and it was like a huge spark not even a spark a wildfire. I started to stay late. I came in early. I asked my physical therapist. Who is working with me with my shoulder. Time questions that the teachers weren't able to answer or maybe felt. That wasn't the right time for me to answer stubborn man. that just really took my education. It's my own hands at that time. And i haven't looked back since so i'm gathering from this and from my own experience. There's lots of different kinds of massage therapy. So say a little more about your kind and other kinds. I always think about this. 'cause you always want to have a ten second elevator speech that if somebody says hey what do you do you explain it quickly. And i don't have one been able to put it well. But i i give it a shot. Might type of massage is a rehabilitative. Modality that focuses on trying to resolve paying an improved performance and help people throughout their lives in a very clinically oriented mindset so. This differs from the standard massage. Degree that you get which is fantastic base but doesn't go into the depths of the science or the way that the body works as someone who might have a neuromuscular muscular type of education may present with so in other words. If you go to a elements or you go to any type of massage studio you're going to find people various modalities but generally people who go there are looking for a generic de tissue circulatory of tune up type of massage that addresses generic problems. People who come to me tend to have more complicated problems that require problem solving with the knowledge of.

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Accidents And Aging: Learn How To Avoid Them

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

05:45 min | 1 year ago

Accidents And Aging: Learn How To Avoid Them

"Last month we talked on Frailty what it is how to prevent them or prevent it from getting worse. And what's on on topic for incontinence today. How is that tied into aging? Well, where do I start work anymore massage? And the very important and interesting one and I think as we get into the conversation, I'd like to get couple of things out there straight away. And the first thing is incontinence and aging are not the same thing incontinence at any age is not normal as we get older and if we start experiencing incontinence episodes, we shouldn't just say well, what do you expect? I'm eighty-five. I'm ninety, of course big things happen. No, it is not normal to get incontinence. So if that is happening medical attention should be sought because yes, of course we experience in certain changes down there in terms of our blood urination powers that are all talk about these physiological changing changes in our body systems. However, incontinence is abnormal. The second the second thing is it can happen at any age Adventure year old can be incontinent yet. A ninety-year-old lady can be absolutely fine with her countenance. So these are the two important facts to consider when it comes to the engine changes incontinence. I think we're mainly will be talking about bloggers today. I think it would be too much we will maybe talk about bowels if you have any questions, but let's concentrate on the bladder or in today's podcast. So wage it comes to changes aging changes, of course their bladder muscle which recalled the truth and muscle does get a little bit of a mind of its own and often get more contractions more involuntary contractions and suddenly out of the blue you might have been to the toilet only half an hour ago and you start getting urges. So that's one of birth. Changes we experience the capacity or how much urine the bladder can hold before. It tells your brain that you need to empty your bladder that capacity goes down as well. And then of course, let's not forget this way grow older. We develop other problems most commonly Mobility problems arthritis muscle weakness. And of course the pure ability to go to the toilet becomes a challenge and not getting there in time. Sometimes can lead to them little accident. So these are off main page and changes we need to know about and of course these couples ways either changes in their body. For example, as we grow older we develop some Faron and hardening of the blood vessels on the brain will call that small vessel ischemic changes of small vessel disease and that of course has an impact of course wage. Our blood is regulated by multiple mechanisms. But mainly by the brain if you get the blood vessels of the brain fed up that will have impact on your blood on and so forth cause the blood it to a contract involuntarily. So these These are the main main engine changes we need to be aware of makes sense. So we need to take care of our brains that we don't have or bathroom issues that small site Jimmy and if we go further into the you made a really good point there because we need to take account of our brain people with Strokes people who go home and let's say there are many of the reasons for strokes but the most common causes smoking crack diabetes obesity. And so this risk factors lead us to have recovered strokes. And of course Strokes is one of the main risk factors for developing blood problems as well. A lot of patience with stroke do develop incontinence do develop these involuntary contractions which in medical terms of recall all were active bladder syndrome. So it leads to urge incontinence but they're simple mechanism is imagine your bladder it consists of one muscle which is called the truth of muscle and it just contracts went down involuntarily. So that's a basic so of that overactive bladder syndrome is one of the commonest conditions which we see in our poor stroke patients. So absolutely take care of your brain. That's the one thing doctors don't seem to know how to fix too. Well, so preventive measures are definitely a good idea. I'm talking about the nerves. I mean we touched on the brain but talking about the nerves, of course, there is a I mean the blood is no regulated, of course amongst many other dog. Mechanisms other you illogical conditions are common causes for all worked up blood and generally blood of problems countenance problems. It's a multiple sclerosis for example and Walterboro, Ms. Patients experienced problems with continents. And of course, let's not forget dementia acute delirium episodes. She consents disease beliefs goes on.

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Managing Neurodegenerative Diseases with Better Data to Improve Outcomes

The Bio Report

05:35 min | 1 year ago

Managing Neurodegenerative Diseases with Better Data to Improve Outcomes

"Bill. Thanks for joining us. Great to be with you today. We're gonna talk about active bioscience and its efforts to bring personalized than comprehensive care to patients with neuro degenerative conditions. You're starting with multiple sclerosis. Oh let's start there for listeners. Not familiar with the condition. What is multiple sclerosis well. It's a chronic lifelong debilitating disease it. It strikes about one hundred thousand new patients per year. There's about nine hundred and fifty thousand patients in the us. Two point three million worldwide with the disease it strikes relatively young and once late twenties often Disproportionately affects women. Three to one It's an autoimmune disease by its nature. it's progressive. It's being driven by inflammation and immune modulating forces which translate over time to neurodegeneration adding demolition in accidental damage on the disability from this diseases significant they may be affected as patients by issues ranging from mobility up to specificity pain fatigue. Cognition of there may become more bits of depression. Urinary symptoms abolish shoes. Ocular manifestations of the sum total of which translate often to about fifty percent of patients. Being out of the workforce. In twelve years. So op devastating. When you think of the age of diagnosis and then the potential for disability up scenario where is great hope as it relates to more advanced sophisticated and powerful therapies. there's now eighteen approved so called deep. Tease disease modifying therapies Other expensive on the use may be somewhat unguided for lack of Superior insights as to how to apply them. Blessed pointing said make. This is an expensive disease or condition with about three to four point. Five nine in lifetime cost at. What is it like to live with this condition. And as it progresses How do people lose abilities or find their symptoms. Worsen yeah these. These patients are tracked along a ten point scale called the expanded disability severity scale and it's a function of how the symptoms stack or accumulate over a period of time as laws the severity of those symptoms. What's really important along. The way to be managing the level of inflammation or immune mediated processes at work at a given point in time. So the goal is to manage disease activity to as low of a loveless possible to quiescence. Unfortunately the tools to be able to measure disease activity are extremely limited today and what we want to avoid the along. The way our relapses relapses can be the severity. Where a patient may end up in the er or hospital which translates often to tend to twenty five thousand dollars in cost and patients who may not recover to baseline and then we want a slow progression along that cathway so it's a combination of that need to be managed carefully attentively and unfortunately i think we may talk about a little bit. Further of the tools for measuring patients are subjective qualitative in really nat equipped for the task at hand. How is the condition treated today. And how actively managed our patient. Yeah so the the the technology's arranged from these disease modifying seventies that are very powerful in nature but to which it's important to balance between the fact they may have been what might be adverse events or side effects or tolerability. So there's this constant know efficacy versus risk equation. That's going on and with eighteen drugs across multiple mechanisms of action and varied routes of administration figuring out which patient which therapy is very difficult particularly for lack of biology based incites or the ability to khemka. Trask similar clinical types. So it's it's really the best attempt to match but might take twelve to eighteen to twenty four months to tell clinically whether a drug is being effective or not. So you've got the disease modifying therapy in an attempt to tamp down disease activity than their symptom management through use of Might be physical therapy. Occupational therapy could be medical therapy. The average ms patients on eight other drugs or medications may be under the care of a urologist gastroenterologist ophthalmologists as part of the team as well so care team coordination will become issues along the way in addition to. What are the right insights that you towards the right treatment in the right management Symptoms and trying to avoid accumulated disability.

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New York City's health commissioner rejects de Blasio's request to tap into COVID-19 vaccine reserves

Morning Edition

01:28 min | 1 year ago

New York City's health commissioner rejects de Blasio's request to tap into COVID-19 vaccine reserves

"City's health commissioner, has rejected Mayor de Blasio's request to use its reserves of Copan 19 vaccines as first doses. In the letter to the mayor, Dr Howard Zucker says the idea contradicts federal guidance. But the mayor says the decision would leave New Yorkers unnecessarily vulnerable. How do we say we're going to leave? Hundreds of thousands of people with no protection at all. And focus those doses on Leon. People already have gotten some protection. When we know That we can get them a second dose. Eligibility for the covert vaccine expanded this week, but not for the four million New Yorkers with underlying conditions. Gothamist Sydney Pereira reports on why they're still waiting. These at risk groups could qualify for a vaccine under federal guidelines, and in mid January, governor Cuomo said they were under consideration. Since then, state officials have been silent on a final decision. That leaves most under age 65 with common conditions like severe asthma, multiple sclerosis, diabetes or cancer in limbo, Grubach Shiva Cody, a Columbia University epidemiologist, says The evidence on which conditions to prioritize is complex and vaccine shortages aren't helping state regulators. But if the vaccine supply is very limited, and they will have to be Pretty picky. The governor announced Tuesday that local leaders could expand eligibility to restaurant workers and taxi drivers.

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Advancing Cell Therapies Beyond Cancer

The Bio Report

03:19 min | 1 year ago

Advancing Cell Therapies Beyond Cancer

"Thanks for joining us as a pleasure to be here. We're gonna talk about regulatory t cell therapy and cinema bio therapeutics efforts to develop these for autoimmune and degenerative diseases perhaps we can start their. What are regulatory t cell. Therapy's and how do they work sure So this is a feel that has Really over the last two decades exploded in our understanding of the importance of these cells in controlling everything from allergy to organ transplant rejection to autoimmune diseases. In basically what to rags. Dr is a very small population of white blood cells largely circulating in the blood but also present in tissues and these cells have the capability and capacity to actually shutdown unwanted immune responses perhaps most Typically in patients that have a defect in these cells called apex patients They'll usually die within a year or two of massive autoimmune and allergic responses unless they get a bone marrow transplant from a mother or father that That gives back there to population so these cells are really essential to controlling tolerance in the immune system preventing immune cells from attacking and destroying self tissue. You see these. Potentially addressing large populations of people with autoimmune degenerative diseases potentially how big a market re talking about an. How effective are we today in treating these conditions. Yes certainly this is a very big bucket ranging everything from rheumatoid arthritis to multiple sclerosis type one diabetes and over eighty other autoimmune diseases Up through including degenerative diseases like ls potentially alzheimer's or even parkinson's disease and the reason is is that so many of these diseases are mediated by uncontrolled inflammation. People don't fully appreciate the fact that the immune system is playing an active role in a of of diseases outside of the more classic immune diseases so when you think about market potential it's almost impossible to To ferret out what the actual size will be in reality. of course These cells are gonna be used. I in diseases that are highly morbid and potentially a strong medical need either as disease class or as individuals and we hope to start out in diseases that are clearly a fall within that that rubric but ultimately one can imagine cell. Therapy's being a new pillar of medicine where you can think about them. In a variety of immunological settings where you wanna give a treatment once or a couple of times and then have a long-term living drug that will suppress unwanted inflammatory responses.

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TG Therapeutics announces positive results for Multiple Sclerosis drug Ublituximab

Breaking Biotech

01:42 min | 2 years ago

TG Therapeutics announces positive results for Multiple Sclerosis drug Ublituximab

"The next company. I wanna to talk about is t g therapeutics ticker symbol. Tgt ex and they're now trading in a market cap of five point five billion dollars and we heard some news at ashley and then we heard a huge readout. Come out on thursday or friday. I believe of this past week on their. Ms data so very exciting stuff and what. They showed us at ashes. That umbrella said plus tax which is their molecule combination. Which they call you to. They showed that. It's superior to open new tuesday mab. Plus chlorine useful in patients with treatment naive and relapsed and refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia and they presented their full data set from the face three unity. Cll study and this is a follow onto the top line data that they showed in q. Two twenty twenty. So i'm just gonna blow up the data here and the the data they saw and i'm just took the most important headline that i thought. Is that the hazard gratiot from patients that receive youtube versus. Oh plus h l was zero point five four six so what that means is that they have the risk of not maintaining progression free survival in patients that took you to which is a huge improvement in response from the standard of care. So this is great news for the company. it's really the the best kind of outcome you could expect from a follow on data released to the top line data so i think this is absolutely going to allow them to get approval. Nc l. l. And if we go back to our non-hodgkin's lymphoma list here. This is an indolent non hodgkin's lymphoma and they or they're planning to submit the be. La for this molecule and to the fda soon

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‘Laverne & Shirley’ and ‘Twin Peaks’ actor David Lander has died

Todd and Don

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

‘Laverne & Shirley’ and ‘Twin Peaks’ actor David Lander has died

"Actor David Lander, best known for the role in Laverne and Shirley Squiggy has died at the age of 73. This is Yeah. And there is no reason on Earth. Why Prince Charming cannot walk through our friend door at all. And I'll Lander died in his Los Angeles on Friday, surrounded by his wife, His daughter, his son in law. Hey, battled multiple sclerosis for 30. Seven years. I didn't realize it was that long. But, yeah, the popular ABC sitcom It ran from 1976 to 1983 truly a classic comedian, if you will, Yeah, I mean, truly, a comic genius was funny guy

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David Lander, 'Squiggy' on 'Laverne & Shirley,' dies at 73

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

David Lander, 'Squiggy' on 'Laverne & Shirley,' dies at 73

"Actor David lander famous for playing squeaky on laverne and Shirley has died after dealing with multiple sclerosis for decades he was seventy three I marquees are a letter with a look at his career David lander signature line was one word long comedy partnership with Michael McKean as students at Carnegie Mellon University they played Lenny and squeaky on laverne and Shirley from nineteen seventy six to nineteen eighty three lander hid his multiple sclerosis at first but said in a two thousand AP interview he went public with it to show it was not a death sentence not all crippling it doesn't mean it's the end of the world it doesn't mean that you can't lead a normal life now there are drugs to help you live that life and people should be aware of that

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