April 17, 2017

Clinical Trials and Tribulations: Steve Hauser's quest to cure MS

Photo Credit: NIAID
In this episode, a team of researchers disprove a decades-old dogma. The result? The first ever FDA-approved drug for primary-progressive multiple sclerosis. In this inspiring story spanning decades of research, you’ll hear all the science, and all the dramatic twists, behind this radical new treatment.

If you want to learn more about the science, visit this link to find a list of Dr. Steve Hauser's publications.






Music Used:
El Fuego and The Itis by Polyrhythmics; Juliette, Submerging Blue-Black, Three Colors, Whiplash String Swell, Theme in G, and Sincerely Yours by Podington BearPalestrina - Sicut lilium inter spinas by the Tudor ConsortThe Temperature of the Air on the Bow of the Kaleetan and Cylinder Nine by Chris ZabriskieI Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeodMorning Four, Take Care and Snow by David SzesztayTarantella Lucana by Italian Village Music and Dance; Sunday Lovers by Monday Night Fever; As Colorful As Ever by Broke For Free; Puddle of Infinity by Young And Old Know LoveA String (Instrumental) by Loch Lomond; Samba Whistle by Reinsamba PSA audio was from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society

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