Magnetic voices

Life with MS is about adaptation. What you can do, however, is listen to the voice of reason, no matter how hard it might seem. It might say that you will need time, rest, medicines, a decent medical team and a seriously good dose of positivity to go through life.

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MS News: April 2017

Research worker

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

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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 […]

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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

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Hell is other people

“The best lesson I ever taught myself was that “What you think, you become.” I refused to let being unhappy define me or let it shape my mindset for the rest of my life. In gaining happiness and trust again, I also learned to anticipate the outcome of whatever I decided in life. After all, happiness, hope and trust are 100% up to you, and you alone.”

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Trading pens and ink for bullets

“My own freedom of speech means the need to write, to create, to share, to ask, to think, to discuss and then create again the way I intended, the format and content I choose. It’s not only my basic human right, but it’s yours also and should be upheld regardless of country borders or religious background.”

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World MS Day 2014 in Ireland

Wednesday, May 28th is World MS Day. All over the world, people will organise events, wear orange, volunteer, work and/or attend conferences to raise awareness about an illness that so far, still cannot be cured. While 2014 is the ‘European Year of the Brain,’ this year’s World MS Day theme is ‘Access.’ Whether this means […]

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World MS Day 2014

We all have dreams, wishes, hopes and fears.

Mine?

Find out more…

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MS Trust 21 Challenge

“Here’s a breakdown of the challenge (you will be linked to the MS Trust website to enter). Like they say: “Keep the trust posted on the challenges you’re taking part in by sharing your stories and photos on Twitter and Facebook using hashtag #MSWeek!””

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Positive MS News: April 2014

Research results Enhanced uptake of multiple sclerosis-derived myelin by THP-1 macrophages and primary human … 7thSpace Interactive (press release) – The pathological hallmark of multiple sclerosis (MS) is myelin phagocytosis. It remains unclear why microglia and macrophages demyelinate axons in … Textured insoles could be a positive step for people with MS UQ News – University […]

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Positive MS News: March 2014

A little bit later than usual, for which I apologise, but here is the good news that graced global media in March 2014.

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Evil resolutions

Ah, that dreaded question! That thing we all say we will do but never actually make it to the finish line! We’re all creators of almost-standard replies that sound like “This year is the year I will lose 50 pounds of weight!” Or “From January 1st I will stop smoking for good!”

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A tribute to wolves

My first thought when waking up this morning, October 1st, was “Oh no, today is the start of the needless killing of wolves in Wyoming, yet another state set to kill wolves in an inhumane way.” However, Yellowstone National Park is located in Wyoming, and while thousands of tourists flock to the park to see […]

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