Why do people with MS want to change their disease modifying therapy?
4 August 2014
Can stem cell transplants treat MS?
21 July 2014
Do flu vaccines work in people with MS and do DMTs make a difference?
14 July 2014
Can levels of vitamin D at birth predict who will develop MS?
7 July 2014
Managing fatigue with exercise, education or medication: what works best?
30 June 2014
Assessing the evidence and evaluating the effectiveness of exercise, education or medication treatments for MS fatigue
Is poor nutrition a problem for people with MS?
23 June 2014
Balance rehabilitation in MS: can it improve stability?
16 June 2014
Balance rehabilitation tailored to specific sensory impairments can improve balance in people with multiple sclerosis.
DMT use in fathers to be: what effect on pregnancy and baby health?
3 June 2014
A study examining the outcomes of pregnancies fathered by a man with multiple sclerosis taking a disease modifying drug.
What do people severely affected by MS need?
27 May 2014
Foot drop in MS: Experiences of using functional electrical stimulation (FES) or orthotic devices
20 May 2014
Results from the Department of Health Risk-sharing Scheme
16 May 2014
As this edition of Open Door hits your doormat the preliminary results of the Department of Health Risk-sharing Scheme (RSS) will have been presented at the Association of British Neurologists meeting, and by the next edition we hope the full results will have been published...
Making the right decisions: how evidence-based information can help
6 May 2014
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