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Maintaining Function with Progressive MS w/Guest Dulci Hill

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MS & ME: Maintaining Function with Progressive MS with Guest Dulci Hill

Tonight’s guest Dulci Hill, Administrative Director at MS Frontiers, video blogger, and peer support group leader for NMSS will join show co-hosts Erika Lyons Richardson and Jessica Bias to discuss maintaining as much function as possible for progressive forms of Multiple Sclerosis.

MS & Me is a caller Q&A and featured guest show focusing on day to day living with multiple sclerosis.

Host Erika Lyons Richardson has had Multiple Sclerosis and Lupus since childhood.  Her PRMS went misdiagnosed for many years taking her eyesight several times and causing two strokes.  She is the mother to two special needs sons, David & Ethan, who teach her every day how to stand up to life's challenges.  Her experience as a former admin for the Lupus Foundation group led her to co-found SLE & ME, Erika's Health Warriors; MS, Lupus & Me; as well as her work with Heather's MS Family, Shezza & Her Amazing Warriors!, MSPals, writing articles for MS websites and her awareness videos on the MS & Me YouTube channel. Although she is wheelchair bound and living with advanced MS, Erika lives a purposeful and active life.

Host of MS & Me Jessica Bias knows autoimmune disease all too well.  Diagnosed with RRMS back in 2010, this young mother also lives with Lupus.  Her family has a long history living with autoimmune disease including MS.  Jessica stays active coaching her daughter Emma's softball team and loves outdoor sports.  Jessica's work with Heather's MS Family brought her together with Erika and they have worked on the many MS & Me groups, pages, outreach programs, social media and radio show since 2016.

Co-Host Ted Michel

UK Correspondent Shirley Benjamin

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