Hi I’m Sarah-Jane and I’m the new editor of MS-UK’s New Pathways magazine. I’ve been here a month now and already I’m getting to know the readers of New Pathways rather well, it’s great to see just how much you value the magazine.
I’m pleased to tell you that issue 101 of New Pathways is out now!
Catch up on the latest MS news and enjoy the first in a new series of columns from MS nurse, Miranda Olding, as she discusses how you can take back control from anxiety and treat panic attacks the holistic way.
Regular New Pathways writer, Ian Cook investigates why researchers are using crowdfunding sites to fund research and Charlie Gee looks back at the pictures of his life and a time when he really did push his limits.
In addition, Amy Woolf, CEO of MS-UK discusses the charity’s new counselling service and asks for feedback on what you need from us. We would be really grateful if you could spare a little time to answer our short survey.
Also, do not miss the latest advancements in wheelchair technology, a look back at Biotin, Trishna Bharadia’s review of HackAMSterdam, your real life stories and some beautiful clothing designs from ex White Stuff buyer and founder of The Able Label, Katie Ellis.
New Pathways magazine is available in a variety of additional formats including digital, plain text and audio. Simply click here to subscribe, or alternately you can call 01206 226 500.
In addition, I want to hear from you! Whether you’re fascinated by stem cells, need to know about the latest drugs, need advice on how to be mindful or meditation – whatever your interests, I want to hear about them. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions, or write to me at New Pathways, MS-UK, Unsworth House, Hythe Quay, Colchester, Essex CO2 8JF.
I look forward to hearing from you!