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In October 2014, Ed Bracken ran the Hong Kong Moontrekker with three friends and raised nearly £4,000 for the MS Trust.
New care standards have been unveiled by the Welsh Government, to improve standards of care throughout the NHS. They’ve gained more urgency after care scandals were reported at the Princess of Wales hospital in Bridgend and Glan Clywd hospital in Rhyl. The new, improved standards of care are collated into a Health Standards Framework, which is based around 7 quality themes.
Inspired by his mother who has MS, Chris Orfeur has decided to take part in a mammoth cycling challenge across the rugged American West to raise funds for the MS Trust. Here he tells us more about taking on the Race Across the West.
On Monday November 17th a Parliamentary Reception was held to share the latest results from the Risk-sharing Scheme (RSS) for MS drugs.
Are you a teacher, Brown Owl, Scout Leader or parent? We are looking for schools or groups to get involved this winter in the MS Trust’s first Reindeer Rally.
Read BBC journalist Elizabeth Quigley's story about how she finds managing her MS while bringing up her four-year-old son, Matthew.
Andy Porter from Chester has run the Great North Run six times in aid of the MS Trust, raising more than £7,600 to help people with MS. Here he reflects back on his fond memories of the world’s greatest half marathon.
Last year the Al Jazeera TV journalist Stephanie Scawen presented MS and Me, a film about coming to terms with her MS and investigating the significance of the latest MS research. This year she was keynote speaker at the MS Trust Annual Conference, our event for MS healthcare professionals
About half of all people with MS have problems at some time with aspects of memory, attention span or concentration. Dawn Langdon, Professor of Neuropsychology at Royal Holloway, University of London, looks at promising research into MS and memory.
A report published today by the MS Trust finds that 30,000 people with MS live in areas where their specialist nurses are managing twice the sustainable level. This may mean that these people are not receiving all the support that they need.
Why do we want to cross an entire ocean in a small rowing boat? Three reasons really. First, the sense of adventure that only the high seas can bring. Second, the challenge in pushing the human body to the endurance limits. But third, and most important, to make a real difference to a charity so close to our hearts.
Amy Bowen, the MS Trust’s Director of Service Development, explains what’s missing from the NICE Clinical Guideline.
MS Trust supporter Romy Langley has organised a Santa Walk in aid of the MS Trust, which will take place in London's Richmond Park on Sunday 7 December.
The MS Trust is looking for volunteer collectors to help raise funds to support people with MS this December.
Making Sense of MS was only possible thanks to people living with MS. You filled in surveys, took part in focus groups and interviews, responded to blogs, reviewed the work in progress and raised the funds that have made the whole thing possible. You even helped us come up with a name for the whole thing!
The new resource will help people get to ask the questions that matter most to them and take all the time they want to understand the answers
Jane from the MS Trust information team explains how, with the help of people with MS and health professionals, we developed Making Sense of MS.