‘Sopranos’ Actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler Discusses Her Multiple Sclerosis

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In this Health Talk video for Fox News, host Dr. Manny Alvarez interviews Sopranos star, Jamie-Lynn Sigler. Jamie-Lynn was first diagnosed with relapsing multiple sclerosis in 2001 when she was just 20 years old. However, the actress famous for portraying Meadow Soprano in the hit TV show has only recently chosen to disclose her medical status to the world.

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The 35-year-old talks about her partnership with Biogen and working on the “Reimage Myself” initiative, as well as discussing her MS diagnosis, the symptoms she experiences, the treatment she undertakes and how it affects her everyday life.

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2 comments

  1. Sarah says:

    I agree Christina, they say it’s manageable on the Meds well Iv tried the Meds and they don’t agree with me, no quality of life on them so it makes me upset when I see people saying that it doesn’t affect your life and you can live a normal life???? No

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