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A powerful letter to my MS

“I thought you were just another Monday morning case when you walked in,” my consultant said, followed by lots of apologies and the promise that I would be very well taken care of.”

An Open Letter To Those Without MS

I’ve known about this letter for a while now, and sometimes I feel the need to read it again, as if by reading it once more, people around me will understand what having an incurable illness feels like even when they’re not the ones reading it. However, at the end of the day, I cannot step in those people’s shoes and make them accept … Read More An Open Letter To Those Without MS

World MS Day 2012: Letter to my newly diagnosed self

Two years ago, the organisation of World MS Day, asked us to write a letter to our newly diagnoses self, no matter how long ago we were diagnosed: “If asked to write a letter to yourself today, to be read on the day you were first diagnosed, what would you say? Would you tell yourself to slow down and take stock? Or tell yourself … Read More World MS Day 2012: Letter to my newly diagnosed self

World MS Day 2012: Letter to my newly diagnosed self

Two years ago, the organisation of World MS Day, asked us to write a letter to our newly diagnoses self, no matter how long ago we were diagnosed: “If asked to write a letter to yourself today, to be read on the day you were first diagnosed, what would you say? Would you tell yourself to slow down and take stock? Or tell yourself … Read More World MS Day 2012: Letter to my newly diagnosed self

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MS News: May 2017

2017 Meeting American Academy of Neurology (AAN) Aubagio in people at risk of MS Cladribine Gilenya Lemtrada long-term data Lemtrada and black people Opicinumab Siponimod Importance of early effective treatment NEDA challenged Measuring disease activity in progressive MS Predicting risk of conversion to SPMS Risk factors for MS in children and teenagers

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MS News: April 2017

The latest MS news about clinical trials, research, treatments, mental & emotional health, diet and lifestyle, including highlights from Barts MS Blog

MS News: March 2017

Highlight still on American Healthcare Act, the replacement plan for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) released by Congress on March 6, 2017 Society Releases Statement on American Health Care Act National MS Society Urges Lawmakers to Oppose American Health Care Act Reducing Out-of-Pocket Cost Barriers to Specialty Drug Use Under Medicare Part D: Addressing Researchers find patients’ annual financial burden under … Read More MS News: March 2017

MS News: January 2017

Go red to Kiss Goodbye to MS campaign! Supporters in County Donegal asked to Help Kiss Goodbye to MS Supporters in county Longford asked to Help Kiss Goodbye to MS Co Leitrim people are being asked to help ‘Kiss Goodbye to MS’ Highlight! The top 10 drug launches of 2017 The year in new drugs

MS News: November 2016

Find last month’s MS-related articles here. Feel free to share!

MS News: October 2016

Highlight! Influenza, Vaccinations, MS Brain cognitive exhaustion is real for people with Multiple Sclerosis

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