Health professional comfirm that people with MS are being denied vital support because of the impact of COVID-19 on essential rehabilitation services.
Ian Franks, who has MS and uses a wheelchair, explains what a broken laptop meant to him - and his consequent thought of others unable to lose themselves in something else besides their disease or disability.
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Two American musicians with multiple sclerosis, one in Texas and the other in New York, have made something amazing over the last year and a half.
Ian Franks piles derision on Trump's idea that doing less testng will really reduce the number of COVID-19 cases in the US.
MS organisations battle for SPMS treatment to be available to those who need it. Draft guidelines challenged.
Ian Franks accuses government of being disingenuous - as well as uncaring, lacking compassion, discriminating against people with disabilities, and ... being pathetic.
In light of the latest advice from MSIF on coronavirus, Ian Franks finds he is in all four high risk categorizes for people with MS. And that makes him look back and wonder about the unpleasant illness he endured, starting in December in California.
Ian Franks has MS and, because he has severe mobility problems, he is also a wheelchair user. Today he says don't be afraid to use wheelchairs, they are tools to help you get around and improve your independence.
Ian Franks tells of his friendship with singer Ricky Valance who died last week. Ricky took 'Tell Laura I Love Her' to number one in 1960.