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Mindfulness-based interventions for mental well-being among people with MS

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An interesting study on mindfulness-based interventions for mental well-being among people with multiple sclerosis.

The Brain and Spine Foundation and the Neurological Alliance have launched a new mobile app and website

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Source MS Trust: One in six of us live with a neurological condition. Millions of individuals, stories and experiences cannot be ignored.

Neuro Life Now want to hear about your experiences

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Neuro Life Now is a new organisation that wants to hear your experiences of treatment and care within the NHS or from other social care providers.

MS specific vaccine Q&A

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Professor Giovannoni from Barts has just released a really useful MS-specific vaccine Q&A. (Note: people should always follow the advice of their own consultant or medical professional)

A shared goal to stop MS - new funding for research Centres of Excellence

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Source MS Society: Our two Centres of Excellence in Cambridge and Edinburgh will be working together to find new treatments, faster, for everyone living with MS.

Meet the physio helping people with advanced MS use their hands

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Do you remember the iStep research project? A few years ago, some of the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre members took part in the MS Society UK funded research. If you did, you might remember Dr Andrea Stennett?

Scotland first in UK to approve 'take at home' MS drug

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Source BBC: A new treatment for patients with multiple sclerosis has been approved by the Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC).

An opportunity to take part in a MS research study

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Do you have secondary progressive MS? Do you want to help with research?

Webcast about the latest research breakthroughs for people living with progressive MS

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Webcast about research into treatments for progressive MS

MS research news

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Siponimod has been approved on the NHS as the first-ever oral treatment for people living with active secondary progressive MS in England and Wales.

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