Category Archives: DMTs

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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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: How it all started

In her second guest blog, Joanne, tells us how her multiple sclerosis (MS) started and how it is being a Mummy with MS… It all started with eyeliner. I was trying to put some on before going to work. I … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: MS and single parenthood. An unexpected journey.

Our newest guest blogger, Jo, gives a very honest and touching account of  her life with multiple sclerosis (MS) and coping with a devastating loss… I was (provisionally) diagnosed with MS five days before my wedding. I’d been having symptoms … Continue reading

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MS and parenthood

In this guest blog, for World MS Day, Joanne shares her tips for dealing with multiple sclerosis (MS) and being a parent… Everyone has challenges, mine is juggling MS and parenthood. With no control over either of them, I read to … Continue reading

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World MS Day is coming!

Hi everyone, This month sees World MS Day (Wednesday 31 May), and here at MS-UK we will be celebrating throughout the day on Twitter and Facebook, to raise awareness of multiple sclerosis and hopefully share some top tips from you! Got … Continue reading

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Helpline opening hours survey

Hi everyone, We wanted to let you know about our latest survey…we would like to know your thoughts about our Helpline opening hours. Currently the MS-UK Helpline is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and is available via the … Continue reading

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