World MS Day is just 26 days away! And, with the world having been plunged into one form of COVID-19 lockdown or another, this year the emphasis is on MS Connections.
Some people have taken it upon themselves to ignore the needs of the many, demanding immediate action to ease, if not end, the restrictions brought in to help stop the spread of the virus, in the US. Why? For no good reason.
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Ian Franks discusses political leanings, writing for The Locus, the COVID-19 lockdowns along with protests in the US.
Ian Franks takes a time out from his usual blog to remember his big brother who died, as a result of having epilepsy, 30 years ago. Besides having MS, Ian also has epilepsy.
MS Awareness Week has arrived in the UK, to be met by the fifth week of the country’s COVID-19 lockdown. Faced with events being postponed, the MS Society wants us to flood social media with stories of MS - to raise awareness of all its symptoms
Fampyra has been given the green light for use by the Health Service in Scotland to treat people with MS who have a walking disability. Approval was given by the Scottish Medicine Consortium) despite a known increased risk of seizures.