More MS news articles for January 2000

The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation to Broadcast New Program To Help Spanish-Speaking People with Multiple Sclerosis

Thursday January 20, 12:01 pm Eastern Time
Company Press Release
SOURCE: Multiple Sclerosis Foundation

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Jan. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation (MSF) will broadcast the second all-Spanish, live, interactive Internet educational program on Friday, January 28, 2000, at 10:00 a.m., Eastern Time.

Dr. Carlos Ramirez-Calderon, neurologist, and Mr. Michael Silberman, pharmacist will discuss different strategies of therapies and the safe and adverse effects that combinations of different drugs, vitamins, minerals, and herbal remedies can have on MS patients. The program entitled: ``Estrategias De Terapia y Bienestar, Nuevos Adelantos, Nuevas Esperanzas,'' will enable Spanish-speaking people all over the world the opportunity to log on to this free program through the MSF's home page at
http://www.msfacts.org and clicking on to the link. Free audio software,
Real Player, can be downloaded anytime before the program.

This live audio and visual conference will enable the Internet participants to either send their email questions for both Dr. Ramirez- Calderon and Mr. Silberman anytime before the broadcast or during the live presentation to terri@msfacts.org . A question-and-answer period will take place during the
second half of the program. The MSF lending library (800) 441-7055 will have audio tapes of this event for those who do not have Internet access.

This program is made possible by an unrestricted grant from TevaMarion Partners.
 
 

SOURCE: Multiple Sclerosis Foundation