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In a new blog, a person with MS chronicles her journey taking part in a clinical trial for the drug bexarotene. Part 9, where Hellie gets to see her "impressive" yet alarming liver values.
In a new blog, a person with MS chronicles her journey taking part in a clinical trial for the drug bexarotene. Part 8, where Hellie suddenly encounters a bunch of issues.
Being, a short film directed by Devlin Crow, tells the story of a young boy who cares for his mother who has MS.
- Ibudilast slows atrophy in progressive MS
- Sleep affects MS symptoms
- Tecfidera and Gilenya compared
- Managing functional illness
Ibudilast slowed down the loss of brain volume in primary and secondary progressive MS by almost one half compared to placebo according to results published in the New England Journal Of Medicine.
Rich from Dorset tells us why he is taking on a 50-mile tandem cycle challenge in aid of the MS Trust.
In a new blog, a person with MS chronicles her journey taking part in a clinical trial for the drug bexarotene. Part 7, where Hellie gets chatting to someone who is finishing the trial
- New mum diagnosed with MS
- Rare genetic changes linked to primary progressive MS
- Early termination of pregnancy increases risk of relapses
- Congratulations to Trishna Bharadia
- Smoking and relapses
- Travelling with disabilities
- Long delays for neurologist appointments in Northern Ireland
- Botox for bladder problems
In a new blog, Hellie chronicles her journey taking part in a clinical trial for the drug bexarotene. Part five, where Hellie waits for drugs, for a loooong time..
In a new blog, a person with MS chronicles her journey taking part in a clinical trial for the drug bexarotene. Part 6, where Hellie ponders what it feels like to be a part of a clinical trial
Anne and Jim Thompson have organised many fundraising events and challenges over the years, from Easter egg tombolas to open water swimming. Anne tells us why they support the MS Trust and about her husband Jim’s latest challenge to trek the length of the UK
The MS Trust only has a small team of staff, based in Letchworth in Hertfordshire, so we rely on our volunteers to act as our representatives around the UK. Our volunteers act as the face and voice of the MS Trust in their local area, raising funds and awareness of MS and our services.
The MS Trust will be coming together with 200 charities to raise awareness of what can be achieved thanks to people leaving gifts in their wills.
We’d like to thank everyone at Captify’s London office for choosing MS Trust as their charity of the year and working so hard to raise £30,000 in support of people with MS.
In a new blog, a person with MS chronicles her journey taking part in a clinical trial for the drug bexarotene. Part 4, where Hellie takes some massive pills for the first time.
If you have MS, it’s likely you’ve experienced that overwhelming feeling of tiredness or sudden lack of energy that defines MS fatigue. It’s one of the most common symptoms of MS and many people find that the heat can make it worse. So with temperatures rising and the 2018 summer scorcher in full swing, we put your questions on fatigue to occupational therapist, Kate Hayward.
Last summer, thanks to our incredible supporters, the first MS Trust-funded MS specialist nurses arrived at Leicester Hospitals. Since then, we’ve also helped to bring new nurses to Bradford and Lanarkshire, and soon Hull. Together, they’ve made a world of difference to thousands of people living with MS. We caught up with Leicester nurse Jon Maisey to find out about his first year in post, and Jenna Chudasama, to hear about the invaluable support he’s given her.