How being Asian has affected my experience of living with multiple sclerosis
4 August 2022
Health and disability advocate, Trishna Bharadia, blogs about her experiences of MS and the reaction her diagnosis has received from other members of the South Asian community.
Pain, fatigue, depression and anxiety common in first year after multiple sclerosis diagnosis
21 July 2022
Pain, fatigue, depression and anxiety are common in established MS; this study monitored the symptoms during the first year after diagnosis of MS.
When is a relapse not a relapse?
20 July 2022
Have you ever been told you’re having a pseudo relapse? In this blog Helena from the MS Trust info and engagement team looks into some different situations, when a relapse perhaps isn't a relapse after all.
Five minutes with a fundraiser: Huxley's Miles for MS
20 July 2022
In May 2022, eight-year-old Huxley was inspired to take on his first Miles for MS challenge. Here, Huxley tells us all about his motivation and how he ended up creating a song from the experience!
The MS Trust introduces two new Trustees
14 July 2022
Introducing Rebecca and Sally who are the latest Trustees to join the MS Trust board.
Does a sense of humour help when you're living with MS?
30 June 2022
Nigel Bartram was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 13 years ago. In his new book MS A Funny Thing (well s😊metimes), he looks at some of the more comedic elements of living with a chronic illness.
Updated NICE multiple sclerosis guideline contains some good news and some bad news
22 June 2022
There are some positive points in the revised 2022 guideline but the MS Trust is disappointed that NICE has been unable to recommend Fampyra.
Connor's letter to MS
21 June 2022
In 2022, Connor will be taking part in the Great North Run to support the MS Trust. Here, Connor writes a letter to MS, openly sharing his thoughts on the condition his sister was diagnosed with at the age of 14.
Why is Pride month important to the MS Trust?
16 June 2022
As part of our Pride month celebrations, two of the MS Trust team who identify as members of the LGBTQ+ community, sat down with David Martin, the MS Trust’s CEO, to discuss the importance of celebrating the LGBTQ+ community - not just in June but throughout the year.
Al and Bee's Mission:100 challenge
10 June 2022
After being inspired to help those affected by multiple sclerosis, siblings Al and Bee took part in Mission:100.
Researching the genetics of MS
25 May 2022
Dr Benjamin Jacobs spoke to us about a new study on the genetics of MS in people from minority ethnic backgrounds which may eventually shed light on why MS can be more severe for Black and Asian people.
Is a ketogenic diet good for people with multiple sclerosis?
18 May 2022
Researchers assessed whether a ketogenic diet, low in carbohydrates and high in fats, is suitable for people with multiple sclerosis.
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