Category Archives: MS symptoms

Guest blog: Christmas and MS

In her latest guest blog Joanne writes about Christmas and multiple sclerosis (MS)… Sorry it’s taken me so long to write. I’ve been battling bugs and the MonSter has come out with vengeance. With Christmas only around the corner, I … Continue reading

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Guest blog: Feeling the cold

In her latest blog Jo explores the effect of the cold on multiple sclerosis (MS), a very topical subject with temperatures dropping and the ‘threat’ of a white Christmas… Sometimes I feel a bit like Goldilocks when it comes to … Continue reading

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Guest blog: Overcoming MS, a personal journey

In this guest blog, Jamie Macpherson gives a personal account of how the ‘Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis’ program has helped with his multiple sclerosis (MS) and his life… My story is an interesting one as both I and my Mother have … Continue reading

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MS-UK Counselling is here…

We are delighted to announce that our new service, MS-UK Counselling, has now launched, and we wanted to share our short video with you…   Our telephone counselling service is focussed on helping you understand yourself in light of your … Continue reading

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Guest blog: ‘How’d I get that?’

In this guest blog Doug Ankerman asks readers ‘How’d I get that?’ Doug, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 1997, is the author of the blog http://www.myoddsock.com… Let’s play the MSer’s favorite game of cuts, scrapes and bruises. … Continue reading

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‘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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