Here on Pixels & Pills, we spend a lot of time talking about the e-patient. About how technology has helped patients become more involved in their own recovery, about how advances in social networks have helped people connect better to those facing the same challenges as they are. We offer advice on how pharma companies can take advantage of these communities to offer services and raise compliance rates.
Recently, MS Lifelines, an educational support service for people living with MS and their families, sponsored by EMD Serono, Inc. and Pfizer Inc. (client of WCG in conjunction with Zemoga), launched a new project, Words 4 MS.
From the announcement:
In order to inspire others through compelling real stories,MS LifeLines asked the MS community to tell its story through four words in a video earlier this year. Now, you can check out some of these stories fromWords 4 MS and share them with friends athttp://on.fb.me/ucIogz.
Starting in March, to honor MS Awareness Week, MS LifeLines invited the MS community to submit a video that uses four words to illustrate how individuals feel, what inspires them, or reminds them of someone who helped them through their MS journey. Now, a video montage of select submissions is available for viewing. The video features individual stories from people impacted by MS. You can also go towww.MSLifeLines.com/Words4MS to submit your own video today.
Are you an e-patient? Do you live with a disease, like MS, that affects your everyday life?
Were curious about how you use technology in your day-to-day life.
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