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02 May 2018

Following a shock diagnosis in 2015, Lucy Pritchard decided to take on a remarkable running challenge to raise vital funds for the MS Trust and show that MS doesn’t have to mean the end of your world. This is her story. 

Holding hands
02 May 2018

Whether it’s the everyday tasks that keep you independent, like getting dressed in the morning and cleaning your teeth, or being able to do those things you enjoy, like baking or painting, the dexterity and coordination of your hands and arms is essential. This was acknowledged by the MS team at Barts in 2016 when they launched their #ThinkHand campaign and began raising awareness on the importance of upper limb function in the MS community. The awareness campaign has been steadily gaining momentum, so we decided to catch up with Professor Gavin Giovannoni to find out more about the campaign and learn why we should all be ‘thinking hand’

Work and MS
12 April 2018

Our day job is an important part of our identity, and being diagnosed with MS shouldn't mean giving up the things that make us who we are. Carla, who was diagnosed with MS in 2008, suggests some simple changes you could make to help manage work life and MS. 


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