Covid boosters and shielding changes for people with MS
21 September 2021
From September 2021, the shielding programme for clinically extremely vulnerable people will close. A booster programme will top-up Covid vaccines for vulnerable people.
A sticky situation
13 September 2021
For some people with MS, relapses can be a big part of their condition. In this blog, Elaine discusses the unpredictability of multiple sclerosis, including what it feels like to be in a relapse.
Cycling 1000km for the MS Trust
1 September 2021
Fundraiser, George shares his motivations for completing a 1000km cycling challenge on behalf of the MS Trust as well as some useful tips for others thinking of taking on their own physical fundraising challenge.
Cabbages and an MS King
31 August 2021
Regular guest blogger, Martin Baum shares how he overcame his fear of standing out to appreciate the interesting conversation starters that walking aids can be.
Cat and Stanley get active
25 August 2021
Cat was diagnosed with RRMS two years ago. Here, she shares how getting active with her cockapoo, Stanley, helps take her mind off things during tougher times.
Scooting adventures with Sally
23 August 2021
Sally opens our eyes to a new way of getting around, reminding us that there are a number of options available to suit all levels of ability.
Can't take the heat?
20 August 2021
We look at how you can make the most of summer, including tackling temperature sensitivity, managing your vitamin D levels and booking accessible holidays.
Restarting our specialist nurse and advanced MS champion programmes
20 August 2021
Earlier this year, we were delighted to restart our specialist nurse and advanced MS champion programmes to help ensure people with MS have the access to the support they need.
Regan's treatment story: Lemtrada
19 August 2021
Whilst navigating school life and completing important exams, Regan started her treatment with Lemtrada. Here she sheds light on what infusion clinics are like, the side effects she experienced and the ongoing monitoring after treatment.
Jenna's treatment story: Mavenclad
19 August 2021
After three years on one of the injectable disease modifying drugs, Jenna was forced to change her treatment following a relapse shortly after the birth of her baby. Here she talks about why she chose to switch to Mavenclad and how she’s found the treatment so far.
New report highlights barriers to accessing Sativex across the UK
18 August 2021
Fewer than 13% of people in England eligible for Sativex can access it, according to a new report published today. People living in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland also face difficulties.
Mission:100 Orkney vs Shetland
17 August 2021
Find out what happened when the Orkney and Shetland Islands went head-to-head in an epic, Mission:100 fundraising challenge to support people living with MS.
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