In these times of uncertainty, there are many questions in our minds. Coronavirus and MS – Do MS drugs make you more vulnerable? Does having MS make you more susceptible to the virus? In this month’s series, we interview Andrea Covolo of the MS Society. In this video, she gives us information on MS and COVID-19, where to find information on the effects of different MS drugs on the immune system and coronavirus, and how to stay safe.
Coronavirus and MS – Where to get the most accurate information?
- Link to the Corona Virus Updates (click here). This resource is provided by the MS Society. It is ever-changing as updates become available.
- Disease Modifying Treatment Guidelines (click here) for MS and Coronavirus.
- YouTube link to the Facebook Live MS Society program – Pathways to a Cure (click here)
- RealTalk MS Podcast: Jon Strum talks to Dr. Abbey Hughes (click here) about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and what people living with multiple sclerosis should and shouldn’t be doing
This presentation was recorded in our monthly Creating Health Series. To learn more about what is affecting your immune system and your body’s health, watch these other presentations on what causes MS, and the physical and mental factors behind it.
Where Do You Go from Here?
Would you like support in addressing the beliefs, behaviors, and stressors that might have contributed to your MS and help you rebuild your health from the inside out? Reach out for individual sessions to dive deep into your path of healing with Eva M Clark at (415) 699-2574 or contact me here to schedule a FREE 20-minute consultation.
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This series was produced by Eva M Clark and recorded at the National MS Society Self-Help MS Group in Santa Cruz, CA. The National MS Society respects the rights of people with MS to obtain any and all information they want related to MS, including information on wellness, medical treatments or complementary therapies, and products or services. The information presented at these meetings does not necessarily reflect the views or official position of the Society, nor carry the endorsement or support of the NMSS. Read our disclaimer here.