Dr George Gveric writes about the work of the UK Multiple Sclerosis Tissue Bank, which was set up to fulfil wishes of those who wanted to help MS research by donating brain and spinal cord tissue, and to provide a resource for scientists investigating various aspects of MS
People with MS may face a range of legal problems as a consequence of having multiple sclerosis and it can sometimes be difficult to know whether they have any legal rights they can assert to resolve these problems. This is where the Disability Law Service can come in.
Report of research exploring experiences of supporting a family member with progressive MS and the transition to respite or long-stay care.
Stress is a common and sometimes unavoidable part of life, but it may be possible to control stress by changing the situation in order to limit the stressful elements or by learning to change how you react to stressful events. Psychologist Dr Gail Kinman looks at causes of stress and ways to manage it.
My story is all too familiar, six years ago I was happily married with one little girl and another baby girl due any day. Then I was diagnosed with something called MS.
A diagnosis of MS may affect how you feel about yourself and how you relate to your partner. Catherine Allen of Relate discusses ways of maintaining a fulfilling intimacy within the relationship
At last, after all the months of preparation we finally met all of our fellow trekkers at Heathrow, together with Sally and Charlotte from Skyline and the doctors on the trek - Graham and Marc - and set off on the first leg of our journey to New York's JFK airport.
Physiotherapist Lesley Furnell from Revive MS Support writes about how using horseriding to create movement can be helpful for people with multiple sclerosis.
An MS nurse looks at the use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAMS) in managing multiple sclerosis