People with MS different experiences of MS drugs and treatments, from DMDs to alternative therapies.
What is it like taking part in clinical research trials?
16 May 2022
Multiple sclerosis is an active area of scientific research. In our latest podcast we learn about developing new MS treatments with Dr Nick Cunniffe, a researcher in Cambridge. We also chat to Faisal about what it's like to take part in a clinical trial.
Personal experiences with covid medicines
5 May 2022
With confusion around eligibility and access to covid medicines, we heard personal experiences from our online community.
Covid-19 treatments for people with MS
People with MS can get effective treatments if they get Covid-19. This article explains more about molnupiravir (Lagevrio) and sotrovimab (Xetrudy) and how to get them if you catch coronavirus.
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.
My decision to have HSCT less than two years after diagnosis
28 January 2022
Dan has a rapidly evolving severe case of relapsing MS. We spoke to him about why he chose to receive HSCT just 20 months after diagnosis.
Diary of a steroid taker by Carla King
22 December 2021
Carla returns with a second blog on her most recent relapse, this time detailing how she got on with taking steroids, despite an initial reluctance.