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    Parliamentary Reception

    19 November 2014

    On Monday November 17th a Parliamentary Reception was held to share the latest results from the Risk-sharing Scheme (RSS) for MS drugs. Read more…

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    Racial differences in MS

    19 November 2014

    Research has found that thinning of nerve fibres in the eye happens faster and to a greater extent in African Americans with MS than in Caucasians, adding weight to the view that black people tend to have a more severe course of MS.
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    Racial differences in MS

    19 November 2014

    Research has found that thinning of nerve fibres in the eye happens faster and to a greater extent in African Americans with MS than in Caucasians, adding weight to the view that black people tend to have a more severe course of MS.
    Read more…

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    Thousands of people with progressive conditions deemed 'fit to work in future'

    24 October 2014

    A Freedom of Information request has revealed that almost 8,000 people with long-term progressive conditions such as MS and Parkinson's have been awarded the level of Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) intended for people expected to recover enough to be able to work again. About 5,000 of these people were placed in this category despite assessors noting on reports that a return to employment is "unlikely in the longer term". Read more…

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    Book your place on Romy's London Santa Walk

    07 November 2014

    MS Trust supporter Romy Langley has organised a Santa Walk in aid of the MS Trust, which will take place in London's Richmond Park on Sunday 7 December. Read more…