One of the most frequent calls we hear from those newly diagnosed with MS is for more information. Those of us with more experience are happy to pass on what we know. However, Ian Franks says doctors need better resources to ensure new patients are better informed,
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A new multiple sclerosis charity has appeared in the UK, inspired by one successful HSCT treatment, provided free of charge by the country’s National Health Service (NHS). It is the first charity dedicated to autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) for MS patients living in the UK. The treatment was given to James Coates two … Continue reading Charity AIMS to help MS patients to have HSCT
Being diagnosed with MS can be more than a bit of a shock at first. Yes, you finally know what you’ve got, what all those symptoms you’ve having mean, and you have heard what your neurologist told you. Well, you may have heard, but you didn’t take it in because you weren’t actually listening. The … Continue reading Help for Anyone Newly Diagnosed with MS