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Multiple Sclerosis Unplugged

Multiple Sclerosis Unplugged


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StuMSradio and MSLOL have joined creative forces to form Multiple Sclerosis Unplugged. It is our goal to entertain and inform you of all things in the MS world.

On-Demand Episodes

MS CHICK (Amy Gurowitz) and MS DIAGNOSED (Deanna Kirkpatrick) are catching up after their Summer hiatis. So grab a good cup of coffee and listen (you just never know where this conversation goes!!)

Host Stuart Schlossman and Co-Host Producer Deanna Kirkpatrick get an MS Update for 2014 from Dr. Steingo, Neurologist/Researcher and Medical Director of MS Center in Sunrise, Florida. Updates include rare diseases that are... more

Stuart Schlossman interviews David Lyons (TV Producer/Author) about his MS Journey and how Diet/Exercise/Body Building helped him Beat Down The MS MonSter.

MS CHICK (Amy Gurowitz) and MS DIAGNOSED (Deanna Kirkpatrick) have a special edition podcast when some MS nurses drop by to tell us how they can help you!

Deanna Kirkpatrick (MS DIAGNOSED) and Amy Gurowitz (MS CHICK) catch up and are ready for Spring. In this coffee chat episode, we discuss Deanna going back to work for the first time in 8 years and the challenges, fears, anxiety we... more

Ryan Asdourian is a Microsoft Executive by day and Blitz's "Handler" for the Seattle Seahawks and was diagnosed with MS over 6 years ago. He is currently on the Board of Directors for the Greater NorthWest Chapter of The... more

Stuart Schlossman and Deanna Kirkpatrick interview Dr. Yarger and he updates us on the latest research on Re-Myelination Research.

It's our February 2014 update! One of the things we will be discussing is how you can go back to work with your TM/MS.

Stuart Schlossman and Deanna Kirkpatrick interview two Stem Cell Advocates who were apart of Cell Tex in Houston when the FDA shut them down, leaving them to flee the country to get their Stem Cell Therapy elsewhere. Not only do... more
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