Living with MS in the family does not only affect the person with MS, but their loved ones as well. In this guest blog, Jen who is a full time carer for her husband Dave, writes about their life living with advanced MS.
What causes MS? This is something we yet don't know, but there are a lot of theories out there. In this blog guest blogger Emily, takes us through some of them.
When Katie Silverthorne was diagnosed with MS when she was just 23, she had no idea that her condition would one day spur her on to open her own successful business. In this blog, Katie writes about coming to terms with her MS diagnosis and how it gave her the courage to take a leap of faith and start her own business.
Is there a funny side to MS? We talk to stand-up comedian Will Berard who has MS, about life with the condition, getting diagnosed and raising awareness through comedy.
Ben Dorward, lead neurosciences pharmacist at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, describes his project - to jointly develop an IT system that links prescription management to blood monitoring and can be accessed by the MS and pharmacy teams.
For many, MS nurses are a lifeline but, sadly, we know that some people are missing out on the vital care and support they provide, simply because there are currently not enough of them. The MS Trust recently published a report into nurse provision across the UK, this blog looks at some of the key findings.
Spencer Bull was the vice-captain of the GB squad at last month’s Invictus Games. Here the British Army Lieutenant Colonel talks to us about “taking back control” following an MS diagnosis.
What do you do when the disease modifying drug (DMD) you've chosen isn't working? In this guest blog, Lauren shares her thoughts around choosing an MS treatment and what it is like having to change to a new one.
Kate guest blogs about her experiences taking part in a clinical trial for the drug bexarotene.