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Monday, March 7, 2016

In ‘Take Action on MS,’ a New Web Series, Actress Madeleine Stowe Tackles Topics of Import to RRMS Patients

Genzyme, a specialty care unit of Sanofi, announced that TV and film actress Madeleine Stowe will host its new online series, “Take Action on MS,” focusing on people living with relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS).
Madeleine StoweStowe, whose father had MS, works with Genzyme to educate people across the U.S. about daily life with the disease. The actress participated in several events last year, meeting people with relapsing MS and their care partners, and sharing her own story about growing up in a family affected by the disease. In the new Web series, Stowe will team with a registered nurse, a certified life coach, an exercise specialist, and MS patients to talk about lifestyle issues thought to be particularly relevant — and challenging to discuss — by the MS community. Topics to be covered in different webisodes include feelings of being overwhelmed, asking for help, and being intimate with a partner.
“Touring the country and having real conversations with people living with relapsing MS and their care partners was more impactful than I could have imagined,” said Stowe in a press release. “I had the opportunity to hear directly from people who are battling this disease and gain true insight into the challenges they face on a daily basis, which is why I’m excited to introduce in partnership with Sanofi Genzyme this new video series to continue sharing with the community in a broader way.”
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