- Lemtrada and possible new side effects
- Tysabri study in SPMS
- Fighting for housing rights
- Risk of infections when on DMDs
MS awareness week is coming and we’re excited to announce that we’ll be launching MSTV, our new YouTube channel designed to help young people affected by MS.
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. But the unpredictability of MS may mean that you have to make some adjustments to how you approach work. In this guest blog, Carla, who was diagnosed with MS in 2008, suggests some simple changes you could make to help manage work life and MS.
Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills, whose mum has MS, offers his advice for young people navigating the ups and downs of growing up when you have a parent with MS.
- NICE says no to ocrelizumab for RRMS
- Childbirth pain relief doesn't increase relapse risk
- Cognitive training helps memory
- Prescription charge increase
- Flying with a disability
Teresa and Des have set themselves a mammoth challenge of running 1000 miles in 2018 to support people living with MS.
- Scottish MPs told of neurology recruitment crisis
- MS nurses criticise cumbersome disability benefits system
- Fears that funding for independent living may be under threat
Zoe tells us why she and her partner Rob ran The Big Half for the MS Trust to help support people affected by MS.
- Stem cell study for people with highly active relapsing MS shows promising results
- Caroline Wyatt talks about stem cell treatment
- Siponimod secondary progressive MS results published in Lancet
When Yvonne adopted her dog Bonnie, she could never have imagined the positive difference she’d make to her life. Last year Yvonne trained Bonnie up to become an Assistance Dog, and the benefits have been endless, as she explains in this guest blog.