Having hidden her MS for a number of years, Lisa Murray-Lang decided to put pen to paper and write a book about her life with the condition as a way of letting others know. This is Lisa’s inspiring story.
During the month of May, over 100 people walked, ran, swam, jogged, rowed, arm cycled, wheeled and more as part of Miles for MS. We find out why they wanted to get involved and how exercise has helped them live well with MS.
It’s that time of year when everyone is jetting off on holiday, but when you have MS there’s often a bit more planning involved before you can pack up your suitcase and head to the beach. Where can you find accessible accommodation and attractions? How do you organise travel insurance? What are the rules around travelling with medication? These are just some of the many questions you may face. So whether you’re planning a holiday overseas or a last minute trip somewhere in the UK, this article goes through a few key things to think about in advance.
MS Trust supporter Kenny Smith is going to cycle around the UK for 50 consecutive days to celebrate what would have been his sister Kathleen’s 50th birthday.
In a new blog, a person with MS chronicles her journey taking part in a clinical trial for the drug bexarotene. In part three of Hellie's Clinical Trial Adventures, Hellie gets an MOT at the hospital and officially joins the trial.
In a new blog, a person with MS chronicles her journey taking part in a clinical trial. This is part one in which Hellie goes to the hospital for tests to see if she is eligible for the trial .
When Diane Green was diagnosed with progressive MS, she thought her riding days were over. But now, 17 years later, Diane and her horse Winnie have their sights set on the Paralympics in 2020.
In a new blog, a person with MS chronicles her journey taking part in a clinical trial. This is part one in which Hellie spots a request for people to participate in a clinical trial.
Ian, diagnosed with primary progressive multiple sclerosis last August, tells us about his journey with MS and offers some advice for others in a similar situation.