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MS in the media - 30 September 2015

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These are links to recent news stories that may be of interest to people in the UK. The link beneath each item will take you to the original story.

Please note that the MS Trust did not write the original items and does not endorse their content nor any claims made in them.

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Early treatment urged for relapsing MS

People with relapsing MS should receive disease modifying drugs as soon as possible rather than waiting to see how their symptoms develop, according to a consensus paper published by the MS charities.

Source: BBC
Source: BT 

MS Trust link: Getting the early treatment debate into perspective

Dalfampridine for vision

A study of dalfampridine for optic neuritis found it no better than placebo at improving visual function

Source: Medpage Today

MS Trust link: Optic neuritis

Living with MS

Two women from Belfast talk about the difficulty of living with MS and the attitude of other people to their symptoms

Source: Belfast Telegraph

MS Trust link: Personal stories of living with MS

Athlete with MS

Triathlete Trish Deykin, who has MS, has returned to sport with a 10K endurance swim

Source: Tavistock Today

MS Trust link: Fundraising for the MS Trust

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