Long-term illness: Healing, thriving, and reclaiming your life
Join neurologist Juliet Morgan and internal medicine physician Meghan Jobson as they discuss their book, Long Illness: A Practical Guide to Surviving, Healing, and Thriving. From autoimmune diseases to chronic pain, they share their expertise on navigating the challenges of long-term illnesses. Discover valuable insights on symptoms, working with your medical team, accessible healing techniques, mental health management, and long-term solutions. Get empowered to build your recovery toolkit and receive the care you deserve. Tune in to this transformative podcast episode on long-term illness.
Juliet Morgan is a neurologist. Meghan Jobson is an internal medicine physician.
They discuss their book, Long Illness: A Practical Guide to Surviving, Healing, and Thriving.
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