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Riffi O'Brien (67) and her One Small Step conversation partner, Michael Goodman (54), talk about their families, the book Michael has written, Riffi's involvement in her community, and Michael's multiple sclerosis.
One Small Step conversation partners, Asha Immanuelle (48) and Gbolade Okestra Soneyin (43), speak about their lives, religion, and the state of affairs in the world today.
Vicki Farney: 2022-06-08 16:16:21 Part 1 of from Healthy Happy Young Adult to my Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis May 1996
Beth sat down with Galeen in the midst of the Covid 19 pandemic to learn about Galeen's experience with MS and guidance to help foster resilience in others. Hear about how MS affects those struggling with the disease and how...
Sharla Taylor (71) and her daughter, Dylan Taylor-Smith (33), talk about Sharla's life experiences growing up on a farm in Denton Texas and her career in local radio and as a musician. They also discuss what it's been like for...
Father, Reed Anderson (73) interviews his daughter, Caitlin Anderson (49) about her experience living with multiple sclerosis, her decision to be apart of NIH clinical trial for MS, and how her life has changed since her diagnosis.
Melissa Palmer (44) speaks to Molly Palmer (44) about their relationship together and Molly's transition.
Jeff Muiderman talks to his spouse Geriann Walker about being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and how it inspired him to “take care of himself” in various ways.
A Bridge of Hope; Peter and Claire look back on their life together that began when Claire met Peter when she he was 6 and she 16 and how they reconnected 20 years later when Claire was a violist in...
My aunt Sara Henry and I discuss her brain disease, Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Fen Ganymede (30) talks with their friend Alayne Unterberger (56) about their experience teaching non-traditional differently abled students, their own ADHD and their inspiration to become an educator.
Ramiro DeTraglia explains persevering through life with multiple sclerosis.
Vanessa Landis (34) sat down with her spouse, Bryan Landis (33), to discuss her career into medicine and reflected on their son's life and hopes for their future.