My Interview with Doctor Nitin Sethi, Neurologist

Merely Me Health Guide January 05, 2009
  • I have had the good fortune recently to get in touch with an amazing blogger who just happens to be a neurologist.  Doctor Nitin Sethi is a neurologist and Assistant Professor of Neurology at New York Presbyterian Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical Center. Doctor Sethi's personal philosophy is t...

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  • ladygraycloud
    Aug. 08, 2009

    I HAVE NEVER READ SOMETHING THAT TRULLY MADE SENSE LIKE THIS

    • ladygraycloud
      Aug. 08, 2009

      SORRY NUMBENESS IN FINGERS--HIT WRONG BUTTON BUT WANTED YOU TO KNOW THIS HELPED ME ALOT TO UNDERSTAND WHAT IS HAPPENING IN OR RATHER WITH THIS ILLNESS.

      THANKS

      SUZANNE

  • ladygraycloud
    Aug. 08, 2009

    I HAVE NEVER READ SOMETHING THAT TRULLY MADE SENSE LIKE

  • ladygraycloud
    Aug. 08, 2009

    I HAVE NEVER READ SOMETHING THAT TRULLY MADE SENSE

  • Anonymous
    Nadja Tizer
    Jan. 10, 2009

    This was great info.  I look forward to reading the next interview.

  • Larry
    Jan. 07, 2009

    Great interview and another excellent job of informing your readers of the path of MS. You made such a remarkable find in getting Dr. Sethi to do this extensive and informative interview.

     

    Another great job!!!

  • Stuart Schlossman
    Jan. 07, 2009

    Dear Merely Me,

    THANK YOU for taking the time to find a true expert in the field of Neurology to help with the many questions that patients must have for you and the health blog...

     

    It soothes me, knowing that you have somebody now with you who is accredited in the field of Neurology...

     

    I now look forward to how MS Central.com and MS Views and...

    RHMLucky777

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    Dear Merely Me,

    THANK YOU for taking the time to find a true expert in the field of Neurology to help with the many questions that patients must have for you and the health blog...

     

    It soothes me, knowing that you have somebody now with you who is accredited in the field of Neurology...

     

    I now look forward to how MS Central.com and MS Views and Related News, can link share, allowing others with MS to flip back and forth between our sites. To learn more of my sites (website and MS Blog) you can contact me directly - stuartschlossman@bellsouth.net

     

    Together our organizations can and will help the MS Community.

     

    Best Regards,

    Stuart

     

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    Anonymous
    Jan. 06, 2009


    This is a truly excellent interview and I hope Dr. Sethi will return.  His answers go a long way to explaining much of the medical reasoning with diagnosis and treatment.   This really helps my understanding of the illness.  Thank you very much.

  • momdukes
    Jan. 06, 2009

    I was so glad and greatly informed by your interview.  It gave me a glimmer of hope.  It reassured me that people really have not just over looked us out here with MS.  We make up a large part of the population.  I had my computer worked on and have lost all of my information, so I am starting from scratch, but I found you guys again! ...

    RHMLucky777

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    I was so glad and greatly informed by your interview.  It gave me a glimmer of hope.  It reassured me that people really have not just over looked us out here with MS.  We make up a large part of the population.  I had my computer worked on and have lost all of my information, so I am starting from scratch, but I found you guys again!  Loved the interview.  If she needs a guiney pig, hey I am the one!  Great job!

  • Paul
    Jan. 05, 2009

    What an amazing interview! I've never seen so much information presented in such an easy to understand narrative.

     

    It would take someone trying to learn about MS a lot of time and money to find what you have presented here. The doctor is quite remarkable in his willingness to provide such a step by step presentation to a diagnosis of MS; he is so very...

    RHMLucky777

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    What an amazing interview! I've never seen so much information presented in such an easy to understand narrative.

     

    It would take someone trying to learn about MS a lot of time and money to find what you have presented here. The doctor is quite remarkable in his willingness to provide such a step by step presentation to a diagnosis of MS; he is so very clear, and it's treatment and hope for the future. You have provided extensive links to other information too. 

    I hope a way is found by Health Central to bring this interview as much attention as possible by MS patients and care givers. It deserves widespread reading.  Thank you both for this.