With a little help from my furry friend
21 July 2021
Lisa, who was diagnosed with MS in 2008 tells us about how creativity and a little help from Spud the hamster helped her get through tougher times.
People with MS thoughts on freedom day
19 July 2021
From Monday the 19th of July, most covid restrictions have been lifted in England but what are people with MS really feeling about the so called "Freedom day"?
In this article we talk to some people with MS about their feelings, plus we cover what you can do if you...
Just keep wheeling
14 July 2021
Emily, also known as The Wibbly Dinosaur, discusses her feelings on mobility aids and how using a wheelchair provides her with the freedom to continue doing the things she enjoys.
Kesimpta (ofatumumab) approved for relapsing remitting MS in Scotland
12 July 2021
The MS Trust is delighted that Kesimpta (ofatumumab) has been approved by SMC for people with active relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis.
Does 19 July really represent 'Freedom Day' for people with MS?
9 July 2021
The Government have announced that from 19 July 2021, social distancing restrictions will finally be lifted. Many people are dubbing this as 'Freedom Day'. However, as Carla King discusses in her latest blog piece, many people with MS are feeling more apprehensive than...
When it has nothing to do with MS.
6 July 2021
After over 20 years of living with multiple sclerosis, MS blogger Martin Baum asks what happens when a symptom turns out to be nothing to do with MS after all?
Stem cell transplants in the news
5 July 2021
Difficulties accessing NHS stem cell transplants (also known as HSCT or AHSCT) for multiple sclerosis were highlighted in national newspapers this weekend.
My fundraising challenge to support my son and daughter-in-law
2 July 2021
Keith tells us about his incredible 85 mile walk to celebrate his 80th birthday and raise money for the MS Trust.
30 June 2021
Julie Stevens writes poems about her experiences with life with MS. The money raised through the sales of her poetry books is donated to the MS Trust.
"Transparency is key to allowing us as a family to talk openly about MS"
17 June 2021
Father of daughters, Dan talks about life with MS and how transparency has been key when talking to his children about the condition.
MS onset in childhood: do disease modifying drugs delay long term disability?
17 June 2021
Researchers have investigated how the risk of developing long term disability has changed over the last three decades for people whose MS begins in childhood.
Our approach to MS and caring
9 June 2021
Adam, who was diagnosed with MS eight years ago, and his wife, Sharon, share their MS caring journey as well as some tips for people in a similar position.
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