New multiple sclerosis projects – including three pioneering studies in the UK – are set to have £1.2 million invested as part of a global effort to stop the disease.
Connecting with others can be an empowering factor of life, but it can, at times, be the most challenging first step. Ahead of World MS Day on 30 May, people living with MS share their journey to connecting with their MS community and the sense of unity that comes with it.
We speak to three women under 30 to discover what more people need to know about life with multiple sclerosis.
In a time where it was hard to see the positives, three charities highlight the extra support they put in place and what they have learned.
World MS Day is an annual event marked on 30 May, bringing the global MS community together to share their stories, raise awareness, and campaign for everyone living with MS.
New guidelines on the use of medicinal cannabis have been described as an ‘important first step’, by a leading charity.
Acclaimed author, JK Rowling has donated £15.3 million to an Edinburgh based MS research centre named after her mother.
Last issue we shone a light on the growing mistrust in Personal Independence Payment. With understanding limited amongst assessors, the 20-metre rule faces increased disconcert. We investigate the campaign to scrap the 20-metre rule.
Today (30 May) is World MS Day, where a global connection of people are coming together to reveal their life and experiences of multiple sclerosis (MS). This year’s theme will focus on raising awareness of the invisible symptoms of MS and the impacts on daily life.
This week (22–28 April) is MS Awareness Week. The campaign week aims to increase awareness of multiple sclerosis (MS) and raise some funds to help those living with the condition.
Are you ready to Move it for MS? It’s time to get active this week (22 – 28 April) to raise awareness of multiple sclerosis during this year’s MS Awareness Week.
Last year, actress Selma Blair announced her diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS). Now, she has shared the ‘painful’ truth of life with the condition.
Marks and Spencer has launched its “easy dressing” range for children with disabilities. The move is the first of its kind among high street brands,…
New research from the MS Society has found that thousands of younger people affected by the condition in England are not receiving sufficient support –…
New figures from the MS Society have shown that one in three people with multiple sclerosis (MS) who apply for Personal Independence Payment (PIP) for…