David's diary: My five wishes for the MS community
30 March 2022
MS Trust CEO David Martin, shares his hopes for the MS community and updates on the latest work taking place at the MS Trust.
Katie's story: My mum was diagnosed with MS when I was 14
25 March 2022
Katie shares her experiences of having a parent with MS and why, seven years later, she’s chosen to talk about the condition for her university project.
Finding your way; how does MS affect navigation skills?
21 March 2022
In what they believe to be the first study of its kind, researchers investigated wayfinding skills - how we find our way between places - in people with MS.
My Miles for MS motivation
18 March 2022
Andrew Green has always enjoyed cycling. Despite being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2014, last year he chose to cycle 1000 miles in the month of May to raise money for Miles for MS. In this blog he tells us what inspired him to go those extra miles for the MS Trust....
My MS to Asics 10k Story
4 March 2022
Helena was inspired to take up running after her MS diagnosis. She has now run the ASICS 10k 5 times and is running for the 6th time this July.
MS and exercise: part four - a Q&A with physiotherapist, Henriette
1 March 2022
In this final post from her blog series, Physiotherapist, Henriette is answering some common questions people with MS might have about exercising.
My experiences with Kesimpta (ofatumumab)
25 February 2022
Kesimpta (ofatumumab) is a disease modifying drug for people with RRMS. Here,one person shares their personal experiences of taking it.
MS Nurse Mapping
22 February 2022
Results from the 2021 MS Trust Nurse Mapping Survey. This report maps the provision of MS Specialist Nurses across the UK, updating similar work undertaken between 2014 and 2018.
Ways to manage pain for a comfortable winter
21 February 2022
Meghan Taylor is a self-employed freelance writer who specialises in healthcare writing for all ages. Here, she talks about how people with multiple sclerosis can manage pain during the colder months.
How quickly do people with MS recover from Covid-19?
15 February 2022
This research, part of the UK MS Register Covid-19 study, investigated how well people with MS recover from mild to moderate Covid-19 and the factors that influence recovery.
My MS diagnosis led to finding love
14 February 2022
When Frances was diagnosed with MS, looking for love was the last thing on her mind. Four years later, Frances and her fiancé are planning their wedding after finding love at a local support group.
MS and exercise: part three - a Q&A with physiotherapist, Henriette
14 February 2022
Physiotherapist, Henriette delivers her third instalment, answering common questions on exercise and MS.
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