Category Archives: disability

‘I’m f#*king well going to beat it!’

Media lawyer, Mark Lewis, shares his experience of living with MS in the Channel 4 documentary, ‘In search of a miracle cure’. He visits Jerusalem to receive experimental stem cell treatment as part of a trial that could alleviate his … Continue reading

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Channel 4 to air Britain’s top super lawyer Mark Lewis, taking part in MS stem cell trial

Mark Lewis is the famous lawyer who took down one of the world’s most powerful media moguls, Rupert Murdoch. The show, titled ‘The Search for a Miracle Cure’ is set to air on Thursday 23 November at 10pm. Filmed over … Continue reading

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Taking it all in at the MS Trust conference

Hi everyone, On Monday 13 November Nileema (our Counselling Coordinator) and myself went along to the MS Trust conference in Hinckley, Leicester! The MS Trust is a UK charity that produce multiple sclerosis (MS) information and support MS specialist health … Continue reading

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12 days of Christmas fundraising!

The MS-UK fundraising team are being busy little Christmas elves organising all the fun events for the festive season! Here are our ‘12 Days of Christmas’ fun ideas to support MS-UK in the run up to Christmas… Guess the candy … Continue reading

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Guest blog: Asking for help

In her latest guest blog Chloe deliberates over ‘over-doing it’ with multiple sclerosis (MS) and how she has learned she has to ask for help… Ah, the havoc kid’s parties can create. Not only is the house a tip afterwards, … Continue reading

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Can you help shape our leaflets?

Hello, We are refreshing our Choices leaflets for people affected by multiple sclerosis (MS) and we need your real life experience to help shape them! If you have a diagnosis of MS it would be great if you could take our … Continue reading

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Guest blog: When will I ever learn?

In her latest blog Jo ponders the delayed effects on multiple sclerosis (MS) after exertion and asks if she will ever learn… So, I’ve written before about the delayed effects on MS after exertion, but the other thing is the effect … Continue reading

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