An interview about Multiple Sclerosis

“Merely me” is a mother, a writer and a staunch MS patient advocate. I have had the good fortune of getting to know her recently. She has an amazing drive and feels strongly about issues related to multiple sclerosis. She recently interviewed me.

Here is the link to her site and the interview. I hope you find the information presented there helpful.

http://www.healthcentral.com/multiple-sclerosis/c/73302/54272/doctor

Personal Regards,

Nitin Sethi, MD

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5 thoughts on “An interview about Multiple Sclerosis

  1. Dear Dr. Sethi,

    what a wonderful initiative for the online MS community.
    I am currently conducting a study that researches the online MS community in the US and Europe. I have interviewed many patient bloggers and communities for this study and found that there is often a disconnect between the community and the health care professionals.

    I am actually conducting my research for a pharmaceutical company and would love to interview you as well to understand how you, as a physician blogger, see the patient online activity and the role of pharma in it.

    If you are interested to participate please contact me via email.

    Best regards and great initiative again!

    S

  2. Doctor, I wanted to tell you how much I appreciated your interview on Health Central with Merely Me, your information was so comprehensive, yet I understood it well. She is an extraordinary writer, as are you, and I believe totally committed to helping those with MS and their caregivers. Thank you very much.

  3. Thank you for writing in. I personally have a healthy dose of skepticism when it comes to touting the benefits of stem cells for all the diseases that you list. The science is still in its infancy and there is much to be learned. Stem cell therapy though does have tremendous potential for the ultimate cure of many presently incurable neurodegenerative conditions.
    I would advise my readers to be wary, to research the organization offering these therapies before committing your time and money to this.
    Personal Regards,
    Nitin Sethi, MD

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