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New fatigue guide from the MS International Federation

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A new guide is available about MS fatigue

Mental Health Awareness Week

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Source MS Trust: This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. The MS Trust is taking a look at how MS can affect our mental health as well as some positive steps you can take to help with your wellbeing.

MS Society have launched their new forum

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Source MS Society: In April 2021 the MS Society launched their new, improved forum. Here's everything you need to know about the change.

Introducing Octopus – the world’s first multi-arm, multi-stage trial for MS

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Source MS Society: We’re pleased to introduce Octopus - our revolutionary, multi-arm, multi-stage trial that will transform the way we test treatments for progressive MS.

Ofatumumab licensed for active relapsing-remitting MS in UK

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Source MS Society: The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), and European Commission (EC) have licenced ofatumumab to treat adults with active relapsing MS.

Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine: Under 30 and live with someone with MS?

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Source MS Society: Following the recent announcement about the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine: The news might affect you if you're under 30 and you live with someone with MS.

UK to test existing drugs as treatment for MS in world-first trial

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Source The Guardian: Researchers will test several drugs at once to speed up identification of those that slow or reverse symptoms

Guest blog post from Henriette in Denmark - How to celebrate exercise success

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We are delighted that Henriette has written a guest blog post for us and also a link to her new blog in Denmark.

Not all disabilities are visible

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The Hidden Disabilities Store: The Hidden Disabilities Sunflower for people with hidden disabilities


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