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Want to know more about how what you eat can affect your MS?

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Source MS Trust: Want to know more about how what you eat can affect your MS? We put some of your questions to Dr Conor Kerley, a registered dietitian who was diagnosed with MS at 16.

Reading Borough Council Consultation

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Reading Borough Council is consulting on proposals which may change the way some services are delivered locally.

Other brain diseases reveal clues to primary progressive MS

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Source MS Research Australia: Brain disease genes linked to primary progressive MS risk.

What is SymTrac™

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Source Novartis: SymTrac™ is a free app available on iPhone and Android that helps people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) track general wellbeing and symptoms over time.

Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Community Based Neuro-rehabilitation

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Source Berkshire Healthcare NHS: We can help you manage or recover from a neurological condition or diagnosis (such as head injuries, Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease) through neuro-rehabilitation.

Government review says doctors should be able to prescribe cannabis for medicinal use.

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Source MS Society: Government review says doctors should be able to prescribe cannabis for medicinal use.

Doctors think they have discovered the cause of multiple sclerosis

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Source Mail Online: Could vaccine for a common virus stop multiple sclerosis? Doctors think they have discovered the cause of disease.

Remap - making things possible, custom made equipment provided free of charge.

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Source Remap: Remap is a national charity that works through local groups of skilled volunteers. We help disabled people achieve independence and a better quality of life by designing and making equipment for their individual needs. This tailor-made equipment helps people to carry out essential...

Having MS is enough. It shouldn't be made harder by a welfare system that doesn't make sense.

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Source MS Society: Welfare support is vital for many people with MS. It helps us manage the extra costs of the condition, stay in work for longer and participate fully in society.

Delayed start date of the Workout Walking classes in Prospect Park

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We are changing the start date to Wednesday the 4th of July at 3.30-4.30 to see if we can get enough participants.

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