Every so often, one company or another decides to change its corporate image and one of the most obvious signs of that is its new logo.
Normally, the introduction of a new corporate identity is because the company concerned wishes to […]
Here’s some great news. Anyone who would like first-hand information about any aspect of getting HSCT free of charge from the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), you don’t need to look any further.
Whether you want to know about the application […]
Most people living with MS in the UK live in areas where there aren’t enough MS nurses to provide vital care and support, according to a new report. The report published last week by the MS Trust shows that 64% […]Read More
Since my story on Sunday about James Coates, who has Secondary Progressive MS, having HSCT free of charge on the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), I have been inundated with enquiries.
Most have been concerned about whether they can qualify for […]
As regular readers will know, I am a bit of an advocate when it comes to accessibility and mobility issues and, from time to time, do address these subjects. Those subjects are of particular interest to me as I have […]Read More
Virtually all the talk about availability of HSCT1 as an MS treatment includes the need to travel long distances to other countries, but UK residents can receive the treatment in London, avoiding the journey overseas. What’s more, it is provided through the […]Read More
Having been diagnosed as having multiple sclerosis in April 2002, I have seen more than my fair share of the insides of hospitals.
Add to MS the fact that I have had epilepsy since 1972 and you can see the pressure […]
Following the recent Olympic Games, the 2016 Paralympics start today, also in Rio.
I respect and admire each and every one of the thousands of people with disabilities taking part and fighting for gold medals. To dedicate themselves with such passion […]