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Tim Sorrell is a Planning Manager living in Nottingham. Since being diagnosed with MS he has twice run the London Marathon, with his wife Caitlin, in support of the MS Trust. He tells us why he runs and why he believes it’s important to support our work
- Gut microbes and MS
- Financial, personal and work related impact of MS
- Relapses following second or subsequent pregnancies
- TENS for MS spasticity
- Poetry and MS
- Assistance dog
- Coping with life's changes
Daisy Doncaster, MS Forward View project coordinator, tells us about her abseil down the tallest permanent abseil tower in the world.
Stephanie Millward talks about her diagnosis with multiple sclerosis (MS) aged 18, dealing with her symptoms then her career as a Paralympic athlete
Amelia talks about her diagnosis with multiple sclerosis (MS) two years ago at the age of 14 and how she has become more positive and optimistic for the future
- Disease modifying drugs may help people with "benign" MS
- Stephanie Millward talks about the impact of MS
- Stem cells
- Anecdotal success and research evidence
- Financial management with MS
- Communicating prognosis
- Disabled dressage rider asked to pay extra for using additional equipment
- Study highlights progressive decline for people with MS
We'd like to wish the best of luck to the 23 MS Trust cyclists taking on the 100 miles of the RideLondon-Surrey event on Sunday.
Jane from the Information Team blogs about swallowing difficulties in MS and tips and tricks that may help you
- Developing drugs for progressive MS
- Magician on living with MS
- Vitamin D recommendation for general population
A government report published today recommends that everyone should aim to consume 10 micrograms of vitamin D (400 IU) each day to ensure healthy bones and muscles.
Jane from the Information Team blogs about memory difficulties in MS, how they can affect many aspects of everyday life and tips and tricks that may help
Trudi tells us about her sponsored skydive and why she wanted to raise money for the MS Trust.
Jane from the Information Team blogs about why some people with MS find that their symptoms get worse when they are cold and what can help
Being diagnosed with MS is the beginning of a long, unpredicatable journey. In Denmark, people are offered a two-week residential course on adjusting to their new life with MS. Tim Wardman went on one and reports back on what he learned.
- Overweight people more likely to develop MS
- Gut bacteria differ in people with MS
- Integrated care transforms lives of disabled people
- Lifestyle based approach to MS
- Zinbryta (daclizumab) licensed
- Effect of MS on carers
- Cause of depression as MS symptom
The European Commission (EC) has granted marketing authorization for daclizumab (Zinbryta) for the treatment of adults with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis. This follows a recommendation from the European Medicines Agency in May that a licence should be granted.
Lois has developed a taste for fundraising after raising £600 through a sponsored skydive to support her mum who has MS.
Penny O'Connor tells us how she raised funds and awareness through her tap dancing classes.
A national survey of people living with a neurological condition, including multiple sclerosis, launches today. The Neurological Alliance, representing 80 organisations working across England to improve life for people living with a neurological condition, is running their second neurological patient experience survey.