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11 August 2014

There really isn’t anything better than live performance. Many of us are in our 20s-30s when we get our diagnosis, and, speaking personally, I was right in the sweet spot of my musical fanaticism. I’m 40 now and I was diagnosed with MS around 10 years ago. I’ve continued to attend gigs, and occasionally play in them too. Like many things which people with any form of disability do, they invariably require a certain level of planning. I’m also more selective about the gigs I go to, but I think that’s mostly to do with having a three-yearold daughter rather than a decrease in mobility.

Two pregnant women smiling
11 August 2014

In the May issue of Open Door we covered pregnancy and MS. In this issue we look at some of the questions mums with MS ask about childbirth and caring for a newborn baby.

07 August 2014

The MS Trust and MS Society are working together to highlight continuing concern that recommendations in the NICE Clinical Guideline for MS may set back the availability and quality of care for people with multiple sclerosis.

31 July 2014

Towersey Morris are long term supporters of the MS Trust having donated over £10,000 to our work for people with MS and they are now featured on the big screen appearing in Pudsey the Dog: The Movie (showing now at all good cinemas).