A leading neurologist has talked about giving patients the news that they have multiple sclerosis and their reactions. He has also described the different types of the disease. Dr Neil Lava, a neurologist at Atlanta’s Emory University School of Medicine, was interviewed by Everyday Health. Everyday Health, Inc. is a digital media company which owns … Continue reading Diagnosis: You have MS, but what type – and what does that mean?
Two reports from the multiple sclerosis get-together in Paris, held last week, caught my attention. The session was a joint meeting of ECTRIMS and ACTRIMS, the European and Americas Committees for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis. Both items from Paris are of special interest to me, as I have personal experience of them. The … Continue reading New MS studies unveiled at Paris meeting
Three or so years ago, I was sitting in a North Wales regional meeting of the UK’s MS Society and distinctly remember a society staffer saying that everyone with multiple sclerosis had a right to see a neurologist. If we wanted to see one, we only had to ask. Well, in my case, I had not seen … Continue reading Getting to see neurologist proves not so simple