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Getting the balance right
06 November 2015

MS Decisions: Getting the balance right

Neurologist Dr Paul Molyneux and MS specialist nurse Ruth Stross both sat on the editorial panel for MS Decisions. Here they explain why they got involved and how they believe it will help them help people with MS.

MS Decisions: Getting involved
05 November 2015

MS Decisions: Getting involved

Karen McTaggart and David Harrison were both diagnosed with MS in 2014, and volunteered to help us review MS Decisions. Here they tell us why they got involved and how they helped.

Choosing a disease  modifying drug:  Anna's story
05 November 2015

MS Decisions: Clear, impartial and easy to use

Anna is 29 and was diagnosed with relapsing remitting MS in 2012. She has been taking Avonex, but is now reconsidering her options. She volunteered to test drive the new MS Decisions and was very impressed.

MS Decisions logo
04 November 2015

Introducing MS Decisions

We’ve worked closely with people with MS, MS nurses and neurologists to develop the new MS Decisions. The site now features a guide to making your decision, full details about all of the drugs, a list of common questions, as well the decision aid.

Finding the disease modifying drug that's right for me
29 September 2015

Finding the disease modifying drug that's right for me

Rosanna Cook shares her experiences around choosing a disease modifying drug: "Don't rush into anything, take time to weigh up the pros and cons and don’t ever feel like you are alone, there are people who can and want to help."

Choosing my disease modifying drug; Kate's story
28 September 2015

Choosing my disease modifying drug

Kate Milne, who was diagnosed with MS in 2012, blogs about choosing a disease modifying drug: "I think anybody else facing this decision needs to look at what is important for them."

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