Republican US presidential candidate Donald Trump has been caught in a scandal that his campaign chief once sacked a woman with multiple sclerosis.
The American press are giving prominent coverage to the news that Stephen Bannon, Donald Trump’s new campaign CEO, […]
Being diagnosed with MS can be more than a bit of a shock at first. Yes, you finally know what you’ve got, what all those symptoms you’ve having mean, and you have heard what your neurologist told you.
Well, you may […]
It is often said that real life mimics television, and one hit TV series certainly reflects the theme: “my life is my own, MS cannot have it.”
During the 1960s, 1967–68 to be exact, an iconic television show ran on Sunday nights […]
It is well known that pharmaceutical companies make a great deal of money from their products. It is also indisputable that they make significant profit from the drugs they sell to treat those of us with chronic illnesses, including multiple […]Read More
There can be absolutely no excuse for anyone experiencing the first signs and symptoms of neurological conditions like MS having to wait a long time to see an appropriate specialist, such as a neurologist. Delays in seeing specialists is a […]Read More
Some of the British athletes, including two with multiple sclerosis, heading to Rio for the Paralympics fear losing their cars supplied through the Motability Scheme after being reassessed as part of the government’s programme of benefit cuts and reforms. This […]Read More
Sleep, rest, tiredness, and fatigue. How many times have we heard those talked about in the same breath as multiple sclerosis? So often that they are getting somewhat repetitive and tiring, or should that be tiresome? If I dare say […]Read More
MS Life, billed as the big-gest MS lifestyle event in Europe, is set to begin at lunchtime on Saturday September 17 just as the 32nd congress of ECTRIMS, the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis1, draws to […]Read More
Myth: Multiple Sclerosis is a death sentence
Fact: No, it’s not, but it is a Life sentence. Life expectancy is close to normal for most people with MS. It is a Life sentence because, as yet, a definite cure has not been […]
New Pre-HSCT Treatment May Be the Future, but HSCT with Lower Dose Chemo is Right Choice for MS Patients Now
News that scientists in the US are working to find a new pre-HSCT treatment to carry out stem cell transplants without the need for chemotherapy, as published in Multiple Sclerosis News Today, leaves me with mixed feelings.
While such a development […]