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Diane Sawyer talks about MS research on ABC World News
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RCA555 posted:
Jan 5, 2012 @ 6:30pm Eastern Time.
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RCA555 responded:
Diane Sawyer had a 2-3 minute segment on the advancements of Multiple Sclerosis research on her ABC World News show. [br>[br>Here is the link. [br>[br>http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/video/women-ms-sufferers-15301541
 
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AnnodC replied to RCA555's response:
What a wonderful segment....now how can we get our neuro's to treat in a way to acheive these results?
 
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RCA555 replied to AnnodC's response:
I agree AnnodC.
 
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Kimmie624 replied to RCA555's response:
I agree, too. My daughter told my about this and RCA555, thank you for adding the link. I am now in a total relapse, keep falling, which has me going to the ER all the time, and it has advanced so bad that I am now undergoing chemo and cortosteriod infusions, which, of course, makes me have to stay away from anyone that's sick. It upsets my children, makes them scared, etc. Makes me scared, but I try not to let my children see it. I even lost my ex-husband to this dreadful disease. Let's hope Medicare covers this and everyone can get the help they deserve!!! Thanks again, RCA555 for posting the link!!! Best of luck everyone!
 
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dms7725 responded:
was the drug they were referring to gilenya?
 
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paf4888 replied to dms7725's response:
yes
 
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francoo replied to RCA555's response:
Thank you so much for the info on this vidio. Frank V


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