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  • Raising awareness of the hidden symptoms of MS

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    'Hidden', the latest short film from Shift.ms, explores the invisible symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Hear what this film means to people living with MS, and the importance of raising awareness.

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    Roche has been committed to improving lives since the company was founded in 1896 in Basel, Switzerland. Today, Roche creates innovative medicines and diagnostic tests that help millions of patients globally.

    Roche is a leader in research-focused healthcare with combined strengths in pharmaceuticals and diagnostics. Roche is the world’s largest biotech company, with truly differentiated medicines in oncology, immunology, infectious diseases, ophthalmology and neuroscience.

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  • Learn about underlying disease activity in multiple sclerosis

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    The central nervous system in our bodies is like the electrical wiring in a house, sending electrical signals throughout the body and keeping the house running. In multiple sclerosis (MS), the wires become faulty and may cause not only visible fires (relapses), but also hidden damage behind the walls (lesions). Learn about underlying disease activity for MS and ways to reduce future irreversible disability.

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    Roche has been committed to improving lives since the company was founded in 1896 in Basel, Switzerland. Today, Roche creates innovative medicines and diagnostic tests that help millions of patients globally.

    Roche is a leader in research-focused healthcare with combined strengths in pharmaceuticals and diagnostics. Roche is the world’s largest biotech company, with truly differentiated medicines in oncology, immunology, infectious diseases, ophthalmology and neuroscience.

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  • Selma Blair describes the moment she received her multiple sclerosis diagnosis

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    In an emotional interview, the actress discusses her 7-year-old son's reaction to the diagnosis, how she's living with her symptoms and her wanting to raise awareness about MS.

  • Noticing small changes in multiple sclerosis symptoms

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    Do you remember what you ate for dinner last Tuesday? Unless you are keeping close track, things that happen every day – just like small changes in multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms – can go unnoticed or be forgotten. MS disease progression is complicated and not always apparent.

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    Roche has been committed to improving lives since the company was founded in 1896 in Basel, Switzerland. Today, Roche creates innovative medicines and diagnostic tests that help millions of patients globally.

    Roche is a leader in research-focused healthcare with combined strengths in pharmaceuticals and diagnostics. Roche is the world’s largest biotech company, with truly differentiated medicines in oncology, immunology, infectious diseases, ophthalmology and neuroscience.

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  • Living with multiple sclerosis: Craigs story

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    Craig is a professional pianist. He was diagnosed with primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS) in 2010 after experiencing his first symptoms in his 30s. In this video, Craig shares his story of learning to live independently with PPMS. MS is a disease of the central nervous system that has a course and symptoms that vary from person to person.

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    Roche has been committed to improving lives since the company was founded in 1896 in Basel, Switzerland. Today, Roche creates innovative medicines and diagnostic tests that help millions of patients globally.

    Roche is a leader in research-focused healthcare with combined strengths in pharmaceuticals and diagnostics. Roche is the world’s largest biotech company, with truly differentiated medicines in oncology, immunology, infectious diseases, ophthalmology and neuroscience.

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  • Clinical Trial Research on Heart Disease

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    Milena suffered a heart attack in 2006. She developed persistent and debilitating angina (chest pain) and was a candidate for a stem cell therapy clinical trial led by Keith Horvath, MD. Watch Milena, her daughter Aglae, and Dr. Horvath discuss Milena’s participation in the trial and her initial results.

    This video is by The Heart Truth® — a program sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Our goal is to raise awareness about heart disease in women — the risks, the causes, and the ways women can keep their hearts healthy. Dr. Horvath is branch director of the Cardiothoracic Surgical Research Program at NHLBI.

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  • Hidden Diseases of India - Sickle Cell Anemia | Dr. Suparno Chakrabarti & Dr. Sarita Jaiswal

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    Sickle cell disease is a group of inherited red blood cell disorders that affects haemoglobin, the protein that carries oxygen through the body. Normally, red blood cells are disc-shaped and flexible to move easily through the blood vessels. If you have sickle cell disease, your red blood cells are crescent or sickle-shaped. These cells do not bend and move easily and can block blood flow to the rest of your body. A blood and bone marrow transplant is currently the only cure for sickle cell disease, but there are effective treatments that can reduce symptoms and prolong life.

    Dr. Suparno Chakrabarti, Head of the Department BMT & Haematology and Dr. Sarita Jaiswal, Program Director - Haploidentical BMT & Consultant - BMT & Haematology from Dharamshila Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, Delhi talks about the Sickle Cell Anemia which is a hidden disease in India.

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  • Healthy Aging: Promoting Well-being in Older Adults

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    The population of older Americans is growing and living longer than ever.

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  • A Renewed Commitment to Prevent Childhood Lead Exposure in the post-Flint Era

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    Childhood lead exposure in the US has declined in recent years due to successful public health efforts. However, millions of children are still being exposed to lead in their homes.

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  • Bonnie Feldman: Saving our children - how to reverse the autoimmune disease epidemic

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    The recent renewal of the War on Cancer reminds us that 45 years ago, cancer was in a similar place as autoimmune disease is today. There are some 100 autoimmune diseases, scattered across multiple medical specialties, which obscures this hidden epidemic. In total, autoimmune disease affects 16% of the US population – more than cancer and cardiovascular disease combined – and is one of the fastest growing categories of chronic disease, especially for women and children.

    As with cancer, autoimmune disease needs a unified front to marshal resources, focus research and develop better diagnostics and drugs. By not aggregating autoimmune diseases, we are missing an opportunity to target a major cause of suffering worldwide. This session aims to increase awareness of the incidence and prevalence of autoimmune disease, as well as the continued challenges of diagnosis and treatment.

    Autoimmune diseases can take years to diagnose and, despite the advent of biologicals, are still very tough to treat. Many patients, unhappy with conventional medicine, are building Web-based communities that have unleashed a self-care movement: diet, exercise, meditation, and alternative modalities. These empowered patients seek community and advocacy as well as better care and communication, calling for multidisciplinary collaboration across conventional and complementary medicine.

    With a growing mountain of patient data and new analytic tools enabling research in microbiomics, immunology, genetics, and human performance (including exercise physiology), we are becoming better equipped to find root causes, speed diagnoses, personalize treatment, and learn how to prevent autoimmune diseases. At the same time, advances in digital communications (remote monitoring, mobile, telepresence) can improve care coordination and connect patients with multiple specialists and complementary practitioners.

    The time is now to build bridges using research, digital tools, conventional and complementary medicine to tackle the autoimmune epidemic. Nutrition, exercise, and movement therapy are the low-hanging fruit for such collaborations. We need to create a learning community that can find ways to minimize flares, improve quality of life, and ultimately prevent disease in patients and their children.

    As principal of DrBonnie360, Bonnie Feldman brings a 360-degree view of private and public healthcare to her consulting work, which includes business development, market research and communications in newly emerging markets.

    Bonnie has earned a broad and deep understanding of the players and the playing field in Health 2.0/3.0, life science capital markets, and healthcare practice.

  • White House Forum to Combat Wildlife Trafficking

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    Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewel, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes, and issue experts come together to highlight the U.S. government's new efforts to combat wildlife trafficking, and discuss how governments, NGO's and corporations can further partner on this issue. September 9, 2013.

  • Dr. Gabor Maté: How stress can cause disease.

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    Dr. Gabor Maté talks about how hidden stress from childhood and beyond can impact overall health and even evoke diseases like cancer and multiple sclerosis.

  • Living with Progressive MS: Jennifers Story

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    Life doesn't stop with a Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (MS) diagnosis. Jennifer overcomes obstacles, gives back to the MS community and enjoys her life in spite of her disease.

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    Roche has been committed to improving lives since the company was founded in 1896 in Basel, Switzerland. Today, Roche creates innovative medicines and diagnostic tests that help millions of patients globally.

    Roche is a leader in research-focused healthcare with combined strengths in pharmaceuticals and diagnostics. Roche is the world’s largest biotech company, with truly differentiated medicines in oncology, immunology, infectious diseases, ophthalmology and neuroscience.

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  • June 2019 ACIP Meeting - Public Comment & Votes

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    Public Comments, Votes & VFC Votes: Influenza Vaccines, Influenza VFC, Hepatitis A Vaccines, Hepatitis A, Meningococcal Vaccines, Meningococcal VFC

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  • MS Awareness Week 2016 - Hidden symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis - ManyLemons

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    Happy MS Awareness Week one and all! In this video I focus on the invisible and hidden symptoms that MSers experience, in the hope of spreading awareness of these unknown and misunderstood but disabling parts of MS.

    I refer to some MS Awareness campaigns at the start of this video, which can be found here:







    And here is The Spoon Theory, an analogy used to describe chronic fatigue and other conditions:

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  • What can people with hidden symptoms do to increase the understanding?

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    MS Reporter Varsha asks Joanna Wootten, Disability and Inclusion Specialist, What can people with hidden symptoms do to increase the understanding?

    The video forms part of the 'Hidden MS' series, which is running alongside the Shift.ms film: 'Hidden' which can be viewed here:



    The series and film tackle living with hidden symptoms, the views of society towards hidden conditions, and what's being done / needs to be done to help people living with the unseen.


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  • Designing Malin’s Art Piece – Highlighting the Hidden Symptoms of MS

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    After listening to Malin’s story, artist Inger Marianne Wiering is inspired to create art that sheds light on the invisible symptoms of multiple sclerosis.

    Many of the symptoms Malin experienced following diagnosis, such as fatigue, depression and pain, weren’t visible to the people around her and so she felt it was difficult to share her experiences.

    MS can be an unpredictable disease and despite living in a wheelchair for a period of time, Malin is now living a much more independent life with MS, though she still experiences symptoms daily.

    Malin’s experiences with multiple sclerosis inspired artist Inger Marianne Wiering to visualize what happens to the central nervous system when a person develops MS and highlight the ways in which the body reacts – to make the invisible symptoms of MS visible.

    MS Beyond Words is a social media campaign designed to tell the stories of people living with a multiple sclerosis diagnosis. Through MS Beyond Words we plan to highlight how MS affects each person differently, and to raise awareness and understanding of this chronic disease.

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  • Hidden Symptoms Of MS

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    Hidden symptoms of MS can vary massively from person to person. Here is a cracking video about it:
    My Multiple Sclerosis is quiet stable and my invisible symptoms of MS are reasonably consistent.
    In this video I talk about all of my invisible symptoms of multiple sclerosis so sorry it is a long one but if you make it to the end then I will give you a tip on how to shoot down people that say you don't look ill.

    Please share with anyone who has MS as hearing about other people's multiple sclerosis invisible symptoms actually opened up my eyes to own symptoms.

    I take a lot of time creating these videos so please comment, like and share this video as that would mean a lot to me and if you would like to see more then subscribe and hit the bell so you get to see all my future videos as they are released.

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  • Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month

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    Delray Beach Medical Center Neurologist Dr. Scott Blumenthal outlines how multiple sclerosis can impact your body.

  • Alexs response to Hidden, a film about Invisible MS symptoms

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    Alex shares how he relates to one of the characters in 'Hidden', the latest film from Shift.ms.

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  • MS Awareness Week celebrates those with multiple sclerosis

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    MS Awareness Week runs through March 17.

  • Understanding MS | MS Awareness

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    It's national Multiple Sclerosis (MS )awareness week in the United States! Watch this video for information to help you understand MS, its symptoms, treatment, and tips for living well with MS.

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  • Life with MS - tips for living well

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    The heat negatively impacts the wellbeing of 90% of people living with MS. There are many ways people living with MS can keep cool and prevent a worsening of their symptoms while exercising or out and about on a hot day. Here are the top 3 economical and practical tips from Postgraduate Fellow, Georgia Chaseling and Dr Ollie Jay's research team at the Health Sciences Thermal Ergonomics Laboratory.

  • An overview of common MS symptoms and management tips

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    Join MS Nurse Advisor, Bridie Phillips as she takes us through the common MS Symptoms and offers management strategies to deal with them.

  • MS Ambassador, Jessica Gray speaks about her Invisible Symptoms

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    MS Ambassador Jessica Gray lives with MS and speaks about her invisible ms symptoms.

  • MS Stories: Bijal shares her Multiple Sclerosis symptoms and diagnosis

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    Some us us want to share our stories with our MS but are just not quite ready to face the world yet.


    Bijal is one of those people, only diagnosed with MS a year ago, it's relatively new to her and only her immediate family know. For that reason Bijal and I did an audio chat without the video. However she wanted to do this chat to create awareness of MS and she talks about what her initial symptoms were, what difficulties she's faced and how she's coped with things over this past year.
    So privileged again to have people who want to share these stories with me and the world. Let's carry on raising awareness of MS.



    If you have some time and get a moment, please take a listen to Biljal and show your support ❤️

  • Invisible Symptoms of MS: Anxiety

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    Juliana Carvalho, a Patient Support Nurse in Brazil, talks about anxiety as one of the invisible symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis. Visit to explore more.

  • Peer Baneke speaking about World MS Day 2010

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    Peer Baneke (CEO of the Multiple Sclerosis International Federation) speaking about employment and MS- the theme for World MS Day 2010- on South Africa's national radio station.

  • Empowering the MS community to have their say on ‘World Must Say Day’

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    World MS Day is an opportunity to bring the global MS community together to share stories, raise awareness and campaign with and for everyone affected by multiple sclerosis.

    2019's theme established by MS International Federation is #MyInvisibleMS. The objective is to raise awareness of hidden symptoms and aspects of MS encouraging the MS community to speak up and make the invisible, visible.

    For us, this is why World MS Day is #WorldMustSayDay
    TWvsMS wants to spark consideration among people living with MS to start having more open conversations about invisible aspects of MS with their neurologist.

    We want to inspire the community to reveal the true impact of the disease on their patient focused priorities. Watch the film to see how and follow this link to discover more on TWvs.MS blog.

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  • MS Symptoms Swallowing

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    MS symptoms can be erratic and unpredictable, but none of them scare me as much as not being able to breathe or swallow.

  • Concussion care in Qatar: revealing the hidden injury

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    Concussion care in Qatar: revealing the hidden injury by Dr Louis Holtzhausen, Sports Medicine Physician - Aspetar

    Session-Specific Learning Objectives:
    1. Make use of the Aspetar Sport Related Concussion Program
    2. Outline the unique challenges in transcultural concussion care
    3. Apply principles of shared decision making in Sport Related Concussion Care

  • Listen Differently | Oscars story about MS, anxiety and depression

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    Listen Differently is a series of personal stories of MSers dealing with work, self, family and their future ????

    These stories ask you to put yourself in the shoes of people living with MS, connecting with them on a personal level. We ask you to #ListenDifferently to the stories people with MS tell. This is Oscar's story, what's yours?

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  • How do you deal with prejudiced views on hidden disabilities?

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    MS Reporter Varsha asks Joanna Wootten, Disability and Inclusion Specialist, How do you deal with prejudice views on hidden disabilities?

    The video forms part of the 'Hidden MS' series, which is running alongside the Shift.ms film: 'Hidden' which can be viewed here:



    The series and film tackle living with hidden symptoms, the views of society towards hidden conditions, and what's being done / needs to be done to help people living with the unseen.

    MS Reporters are people living with Multiple Sclerosis. They're interviewing world leading experts and making sense of the information they provide.

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  • CentoWebinar – Hereditary Angioedema : Hidden in Plain Sight

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    Dr. Aida M. Bertoli-Avella, Head of Research Data Analysis, Dr. Volha Skrahina, Vice Director Clinical Studies, and Dr. Selen Zülbahar, Clinical Project Manager & Team Leader (EHA Project Lead) will present the webinar ‘Hereditary Angioedema (HAE): Hidden in Plain Sight.’ Throughout the webinar, they will provide an overview of this rare genetic disorder and discuss the latest biochemical and genetic diagnostic methods. Additionally, they will introduce our current HAE-related clinical studies.

  • Recognize Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis

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    Multiple sclerosis MS is an autoimmune disease of unknown cause that affects the central nervous system. It is estimated that over 2.3 million people worldwide are affected by MS, with most people being diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50. MS symptoms vary from person to person, with some experiencing a variety of symptoms and others very few. Recognizing both the common and rarer symptoms of MS can help you seek out a diagnosis.1
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  • Visible vs Invisible MS symptoms

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    In this video, I outline the difference between Visible vs Invisible MS Symptoms. Many people dont understand that most of our symptoms that can cause disibility are invisible.

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  • Hidden: Movie Premiere Night

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    In July 2018, we attended the premiere of Hidden: a new short film by Shift.ms that explores the unseen symptoms of multiple sclerosis experienced by those living with the condition.

    The film was screened to an audience of people with living with MS with immense success, and guests were encouraged to share their thoughts on the film and the importance of raising awareness of the hidden symptoms.

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    Roche has been committed to improving lives since the company was founded in 1896 in Basel, Switzerland. Today, Roche creates innovative medicines and diagnostic tests that help millions of patients globally.

    Roche is a leader in research-focused healthcare with combined strengths in pharmaceuticals and diagnostics. Roche is the world’s largest biotech company, with truly differentiated medicines in oncology, immunology, infectious diseases, ophthalmology and neuroscience.

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  • Difficult times | New weird MS symptoms, not feeling the best

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  • multiple sclerosis bladder problems. MS symptom

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    types of multiple sclerosis bladder problems
    * Problems with storage
    * When the nerve pathways in the spine are interrupted, even a small amount of pee in the bladder can cause it to contract. This causes a need to pee frequently – known as frequency.
    * Problems with emptying
    * If the bladder muscles don't work in coordination, this can make pee flow poor and interrupted, and your bladder may not empty completely.

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  • AllStripes IBM Program Update

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    If you are living with, or are a caregiver or family member of someone with inclusion body myositis, you can accelerate drug development in IBM!

    AllStripes is a platform that makes it easy for rare disease patients and caregivers to contribute to drug development research from home. AllStripes improves the speed and design of drug trials by extracting and analyzing research-grade data from de-identified medical records, creating a pool of new knowledge about each rare condition.

    Watch the recording of the webinar to learn more about the IBM program and a step-by-step walkthrough of how to sign up to be a part of it.

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  • Inclusion of Veterans in Clinical Trials” Podcast

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    United States Army Reserve First Sergeant Javier Chavez, interviewed the stars of our latest videos “Inclusion of Veterans in Clinical Trials.” Army Veterans: Retired Command Sergeant Major Zulma Santiago, Retired Staff Sergeant Quinyardo McClain. First Sergeant Chavez a veteran himself had a candid conversation about clinical trials with Ms. Santiago and Mr. McClain about what it meant for them to participate in a study, and why it’s important for our nation’s veterans and active service members to learn more about clinical research participation. The videos are the third installment of OMH’s campaign that started in 2016 to raise awareness about the importance of increasing minority and diverse population in clinical trials.



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  • Pediatric versus adult multiple sclerosis

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    Tanuja Chitnis, MD, FAAN, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, outlines the main differences between pediatric and adult multiple sclerosis (MS). This interview was recorded during an online conference call with The Video Journal of Neurology (VJNeurology).

  • How does the UK compare to the rest of the world in terms of perception of disability?

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    MS Reporter Varsha asks Joanna Wootten, Disability and Inclusion Specialist, How does the UK compare to the rest of the world in terms of perception of disability?

    The video forms part of the 'Hidden MS' series, which is running alongside the Shift.ms film: 'Hidden' which can be viewed here:



    The series and film tackle living with hidden symptoms, the views of society towards hidden conditions, and what's being done / needs to be done to help people living with the unseen.

    MS Reporters are people living with Multiple Sclerosis. They're interviewing world leading experts and making sense of the information they provide.

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    #HiddenMS #MSReporters #multiplesclerosis

  • MS awareness #invisible illnesses

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  • Art Alexakis opens up about MS diagnosis

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    The lead singer of Everclear opens up about his diagnosis with MS.

  • Cleveland Clinic Experience | Healthy Sleep

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    Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer, DO, MS, discusses the effects of sleep on the body and mind, as well as Cleveland Clinic’s multidisciplinary approach to sleep medicine. She also explains the possible connection between sleep and neurodegenerative diseases.

    Presented by Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer, DO, MS, Director, Sleep Disorder Center

    Hosted by Nazalee O’Hearn, Executive Director, Philanthropy Institute

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  • MI Hidden Talent 2020 Part 3 - Second Live Training Session

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    Mental Health & Mindfulness
    This training offers a summary of various disabilities, compares mental health and mental illness, discusses the impact of COVID-19 on mental health, the effects of social distancing and stress on mental health, strategies to promote mindfulness and good mental health during COVID-19, and the benefits of self-awareness and self-care.

  • Study finds double the number of people living with MS

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    A new study finds more than twice as many people in the United States are living with the debilitating disease Multiple Sclerosis than previously thought.

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  • Episode 164: Understanding Pediatric MS with Hannah, her Mom, and Dr. Brenda Banwell

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    MS doesn't only affect individuals. It affects families. And that's probably most clear when we're talking about pediatric MS. The National MS Society estimates that there are about 5,000 diagnosed cases of pediatric MS in the United States and less than 10,000 cases worldwide. But those numbers become far less important when your child is one of those diagnosed cases. We're taking a deep dive into pediatric MS with Hannah Schnitzler, who lives with pediatric MS, Hannah's mom, Melissa Fisher, and pediatric MS expert Dr. Brenda Banwell.

    We're also talking about study results that show a simple sugar that's available over the counter is effective in preventing myelin degeneration in the mouse model of MS. And we'll tell you how a research team at the University of Chicago went about designing a novel MS therapy that's been shown to promote myelin repair and even stop MS from developing in the mouse model of MS.

    You'll hear about the first oral disease-modifying therapy that's been approved to treat active secondary progressive MS in England, Wales, and Scotland. And we'll tell you how you can be a part of future MS research projects.

    We have a lot to talk about! Are you ready for RealTalk MS??!

  • World MS Day 2019 - Research Update - Facebook Live

    1:49:07

    On World MS Day 2019 (May 29), MStranslate co-founder and chief science communicator, Brett Drummond, took to Facebook Live to provide a comprehensive update on the latest developments in multiple sclerosis research.

    As always, this broadcast gave members of the MStranslate community an opportunity to ask any questions they had in relation to the topics discussed. Viewers who have questions not covered in this video are encouraged to leave them as a comment below, or email them to brett@mstranslate.com.au.

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