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 tells of his friendship with singer Ricky Valance who died last week. Ricky took 'Tell Laura I Love Her' to number one in 1960.
COVID-19: Death figures are of great interest to anyone considered to be vulnerable, such as those with diseases including MS, those with disabilities, and those over 70.
Ian Franks warns against falling foul of phishing emails. He may be thought of as vulnerable, with MS, having a disability, and aged in his late 60s, but he didn’t get caught out. Nor should you.
In the US, President Trump is at odds with his most senior adviser, Dr Fauci. Ian Franks says Trump seems more interested in the pandemic’s effect on the economy than on the lives of his own citizens.
Experts say consuming too much sugar is bad for us, with dire health warnings. While beleving them, Ian Franks says his taste now wants tea with sugar - and explains his concerns about artificial sweeteners.
Amanda Siebe, a woman who lives in chronic pain, is bidding to enter US congress – despite her disability and need of a wheelchair and Dobbie, her service dog.