Summertime traditionally means getting out of the house, enjoying outdoor activities, and being active. But if you're living with MS, outdoor activity and summertime temperatures can raise red flags when it comes to your day-to-day quality of life. My guest is Dr. Colin Lenington, an Occupational T
Publish Date: Jul 19, 2021
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Summertime traditionally means getting out of the house, enjoying outdoor activities, and being active. But if you're living with MS, outdoor activity and summertime temperatures can raise red flags when it comes to your day-to-day quality of life. My guest is Dr. Colin Lenington, an Occupational Therapist and Clinical Specialist at the VA Long Beach Healthcare System and we're talking about getting outside, staying safe, and keeping cool while you enjoy your summer activities. We're joining the World Federation of Neurology and the global MS community on July 22nd, to celebrate World Brain Day 2021. This year's theme is Stop Multiple Sclerosis and we'll tell you where and how to register for the upcoming World Brain Day webinar. We're also talking about study results that show the impact of delaying an Ocrevus infusion in order to enhance the effect of a COVID-19 vaccination. We'll tell you about a study in the U.K. that followed 120 people with MS who received autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (aHSCT). We'll share news about a new way to successfully cross the blood-brain barrier and deliver medicines to the central nervous system. (And we'll explain why that matters when it comes to treating MS) And we'll tell you about a study of veterans with MS that should convince anyone to adhere to their DMT treatment plan. We have a lot to talk about! Are you ready for RealTalk MS??! July 22nd is World Brain Day! :22 My live conversation with Dr. Victoria Leavitt takes place this Wednesday, on the eSupport Health Wednesday Workshop :55 Study shows the effect of extended interval dosing of Ocrevus 2:46 Study shows real-world outcomes for 120 people with MS who received aHSCT 5:49 Biopharmaceutical company successfully delivers an anti-inflammatory molecule across the blood-brain barrier 7:43 Study shows the benefits of adhering to DMTs 9:03 Dr. Colin Lenington talks about how to enjoy summertime activities while staying safe and staying cool 11:24 Share this episode 24:25 Catch my live conversation with Dr. Victoria Leavitt on Wednesday 24:48 SHARE THIS EPISODE OF REALTALK MS Just copy this link & paste it into your text or email: https://realtalkms.com/203 ADD YOUR VOICE TO THE CONVERSATION I've always thought about the RealTalk MS podcast as a conversation. And this is your opportunity to join the conversation by sharing your feedback, questions, and suggestions for topics that we can discuss in future podcast episodes. Please shoot me an email or call the RealTalk MS Listener Hotline and share your thoughts! Email: email@example.com Phone: (310) 526-2283 And don't forget to join us in the RealTalk MS Facebook group! LINKS If your podcast app doesn't allow you to click on these links, you'll find them in the show notes in the RealTalk MS app or at www.RealTalkMS.com National MS Society COVID-19 Vaccine Guidance for People Living with MS https://www.nationalmssociety.org/coronavirus-covid-19-information/multiple-sclerosis-and-coronavirus/covid-19-vaccine-guidance World Brain Day 2021 https://wfneurology.org/world-brain-day-2021 Register for the eSupport Health Wednesday Workshop: A Conversation with Jon Strum https://esupporthealth.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEpc--rqT0vHdJ6FbPDH7S1enOrLYAIQG-K STUDY: Ocrelizumab Extended Interval Dosing in Multiple Sclerosis in Times of COVID-19https://nn.neurology.org/content/8/5/e1035 STUDY: Autologous Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation in Active Multiple Scler