- Stem cell therapy in the UK
- Falls are common in wheelchair users
- Cognitive fatigue and incentives
Do you live in or around Leicester? Could you spare a couple of hours to take part in a street collection on 13 or 14 October?
- Vitamin D levels and risk of MS
- Concussions in adolescence raises MS risk
- The possible role of bacteria in the gut in MS
- Stem cell therapy review
- Cognition in primary progressive MS
- The benefits of work
- Care for people in Scotland with a neurological condition
- Benefits system criticised
Six superb bands from the south will be rocking the house on Saturday 14 October to raise money for the MS Trust.
- Research into alternative therapies is poor
- Cladribine (Mavenclad) use over four years
- Fingolimod in children
- Perceptions of MS in older people
The MS Trust and NHS Lanarkshire are delighted to announce that they have worked together to recruit two new MS specialist nurses, plus a part-time neurology nurse, to support the 1,200 people living with MS in Lanarkshire. The new nurses will begin work later in September.
- Benefits changes affecting people with MS
- South Korean court sees MS as an occupational disease
- Glandular fever and risk of MS
- Self-management suggestions
- Tecfidera after Tysabri
Yeoman Warder Andy Merry is organising a special dinner and auction at the Tower of London and you’re invited!
We're joining up with charities across the UK to take part in Remember a Charity Week this September to raise awareness of the difference gifts in wills can make.
Being, a short film directed by Devlin Crow, tells the story of a young boy who cares for his mother who has MS.