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Canadian researchers have presented preliminary results from a clinical study which suggest that surgical treatment to unblock veins draining the brain and spinal cord is not effective in treating MS.
- Caroline Wyatt and stem cell therapy
- MS and dementia
- Progression risk factors
- Horses as therapy
How do you keep your brain as healthy and fit as possible when you have MS? Helena from the MS Trust information and engagment team explores some ideas on how to improve your brain health
- Stem cell study shows long-term benefits and risks
- Cognition and electrical stimulation
- Benefit changes
- Access to Motability vehicles
Two recently published studies have reported data on levels of disability in people with MS five years after receiving stem cell transplants.
A survey tool developed by the MS Trust as part of its GEMSS project is enabling people with MS and MS teams work together to improve services
MS Trust went to Great Ormond Street Hospital to meet a paediatric MS specialist nurse, Katie, and two of the young people she works with
Eden, 15, first noticed symptoms of MS when she experienced double vision during a game of netball
Mohammed, 17, was diagnosed with MS in 2013. The budding engineer tells us about his hopes for the future
To mark 25 years of MS specialist nursing, we caught up with Gail Clayton, Vicki Matthews and Megan Roberts, three of the first MS nurses, to hear their thoughts on how MS services have changed over the last 25 years, and the challenges we still face to ensure nobody has to manage MS alone
To celebrate 25 years of MS specialist nursing, we catch up with some of the first MS nurses to find out how care has changed during this time, and the challenges we still face to ensure nobody has to manage MS alone.
- Disease modifying drugs and clinically isolated syndrome
- Fampridine response changes over time
- Disability assistance at airports lacking
- Disease modifying drugs compared
MS Trust fundraiser Kelly was inspired this week by a very busy queen bee in Hull who has raised over £100,000 for Age UK. Meet Jean, 'The Bee Lady'.
Trudi Lampart-Macdonald from Kent took part in our Jump in June skydiving month last year and raised around £1,000 to help fund the MS Trust’s work. Here she tells us why it meant so much to her to be able to take on this challenge.
Join the MS Trust at our skydive events in Lancashire and Northamptonshire and help make sure no one has to manage MS alone.
We were thrilled to hear that Constructive Space had chosen the MS Trust as its Charity of the Year for 2017. We caught up with directors Nick and Dan to find out why.
Dr Lorna Paul reports on how new technologies might make rehab more accessible, sociable and even fun
One year on from the Panorama programme on stem cell therapy in MS, we speak to Dr Eli Silber and Professor John Snowden about this controversial treatment
Forget about boring old cards and overpriced chocolates. Simply post a selfie of you blowing a kiss - your #MSValentine - to show everyone with MS that you care.
- Obesity and early puberty as MS risk factors
- Cladribine and atrophy
- Blood test for MS type