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The MS Trust is a UK charity, one of our main objectives is to supply information to people affected by MS. We are able to do this free of charge thanks mainly to the generosity of the UK public. In order to ensure the maximum number of people are able to receive our publications we need to limit our supplies to 1 copy per item ordered. Thank you for observing this limit.
Health professionals may request larger quantities for delivery to their place of work. Please note that to keep our costs down we are now sending out health professionals' orders on a Friday. To ensure the speediest of deliveries please place your order by 10am on Wednesday. If you have any queries please contact us on 01462 476700 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
A clinically isolated syndrome (CIS) is a single episode of demyelination in the central nervous system. Many people who experience a CIS are eventually diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
The Kids' Guide to MS is aimed at 6-10 year olds who have a mum or dad with MS. Fully illustrated in bright colours with engaging characters, this Kids' Guide is a book that children can read on their own or with a parent.
MS Explained is a book for anyone who wants to understand the mechanisms of MS and what causes symptoms to occur.
Explores both the physical and emotional aspects of a diagnosis of primary progressive MS. It looks at living with this type of MS and the ongoing management of the condition.
Looks at how this type of MS is identified and diagnosed and at how a range of health professionals can help manage the condition.
When a parent is affected by MS, discussing MS with children may seem daunting. This book looks at the concerns parents may have, some of the things children may want to know and what other parents' experiences have been.