Episode Eighty One - Bill

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From Daddy with love.

As a Chiropractor Bill often worked with Patients with M.S. So, when he was diagnosed he had a great fear of the worse case scenario. Fearing he would lose the ability to communicate with his daughters he started his Blog: From Daddy with Love. Please join us and listen to Bill’s Journey and how he is living with M.S.

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Episode Eighty - David

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Building a Community.

When David starting researching HSCT, he didn’t find many reputable associations or societies to help him make an informed decision.  David wanted information not opinions. Listen and learn how David’s Path to HSCT has led him to start a community to better educate people living with M.S. about the mosconceptions.

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Episode Seventy Nine - Susan Simmons

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M.S. Health and Wellness Centre

Lets’ catch up with former guest and award-winning distance swimmer, Susan as we hear about what she has been up to since we last spoke. Learn about the new M.S. Health and Wellness Centre and the Human Services they Provide to People living with M.S. Also, hear about our golf tournament and how you can join us in raising funds to support the great work being done by Susan and her group.

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Episode Sixty Six - Dr. Ron Girard, No Smoking Gun

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On today’s episode we speak with Dr. Ron Girard. After serving in the military and obtaining his medical degree there was simply no explanation for the fatigue, sluggishness and speech problems. Post M.S. Diagnosis, Dr. Girard adopted the “no pill for all ills philosophy”. Listen in to Dr. Girard’s journey of self discovery of diet which took him from a wheel chair to total mobility.

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Episode Sixty Five - Nancy

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On today’s show I interviewed Nancy, an avid hockey mom from the Toronto area, whose personal story is featured on a really great, new app called Aby.

Aby is a free app that just launched in Canada and it’s completely dedicated to helping people with MS manage their health and everyday life. One of the best features is the personal journal, where you can track your symptoms, appointments and treatments, set up reminders, and even export reports to share with your Neuro!

Have a listen to my conversation with Nancy and check out the app here: https://aby-app.ca

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