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Thriving Over Surviving Multiple Sclerosis

Mar 29, 2022

Noelle is a mother of three, a wife, and a licensed social worker whose goal is to help others struggling with chronic illness. Although she has Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (SPMS), Noelle maintains her independence by taking full advantage of the use of mobility aids. In this episode, she allows herself...

Mar 22, 2022

Latoya shares with us how she got out of the "yuck" she was in due to her multiple sclerosis diagnosis. When you listen to this episode, you will hear that I was in some yuck myself. I was eight days into my Covid-19 diagnosis when we recorded this. My voice isn't quite back to normal yet. We managed though. 

Mar 15, 2022

If you have multiple sclerosis, then you have probably had an MRI. Even though I'm not afraid the walls are closing in on me, I am not excited to get in the tube each year. Lorin shares her experience of getting her brain scanned and what she has to do to get through it. Let's chat it up with this funny lady, teacher,...

Mar 8, 2022

What is an advocate? Jenna Green helps us understand how we all can be involved in supporting our Thriving MS Community!

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Mar 1, 2022

Mathew Embry shares his thoughts regarding the future of multiple sclerosis research and the search for a cure. Mathew is the man behind the documentary Living Proof. Cofounder of MS Hope, his goal is to help our community by sharing the science-based strategies that have enabled him to live a drug-free, healthy...