Blog: Mar 2017

5 Benefits of having a pet when you have Multiple Sclerosis

10 March 2017

Source Multiple Sclerosis News Today:

As part of MS Awareness Month, we’re looking at different aspects of living with multiple sclerosis and some of the things patients can do to enrich their lives.

MS Diagnostic blood test

10 March 2017

Source Multiple Sclerosis News Today:

Molecular diagnostics startup IQuity is introducing a pioneering blood test that speeds up multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis to just seven days. Previously, this process could take up to months or years.

How stress affects Multiple Sclerosis symptoms

9 March 2017

Source Multiple Sclerosis News Today:

Having any chronic illness is likely to increase stress levels and MS is no exception. However, stress is more likely to exacerbate the symptoms of MS and bring about a flare or relapse.

BMSTC AGM Guest speaker ideas?

9 March 2017

We usually hold our AGM in May and we are currently seeking suggestions for an inspirational guest speaker. If you have any ideas please email Pippa .

Funding for social care announced in Budget

9 March 2017

Source MS Society:

The Chancellor Phillip Hammond has announced funding of £2 billion over the next three years for the social care system in England.

Multiple Sclerosis treatment is debunked by researchers in Canada

9 March 2017

Source The Guardian:

A surgical treatment pioneered in Europe that was sought out by thousands of people with multiple sclerosis has been categorically debunked by Canadian researchers

Study to determine whether the daily consumption of cocoa has the potential to reduce fatigue in people with MS

6 March 2017

Dr Shelly Coe, Lecturer in Nutrition from Oxford Brookes University will be at the Centre on Tuesday 28th March 2017 around 11.00am to talk to anyone who may be interested in this study.

Disability benefits: Number 10 defends changes to PIPs

3 March 2017

Source BBC:

Downing Street has defended plans to change access to disability benefits, saying that "nobody is losing out".

#ACTRIMS2017 – There is increased evidence linking viruses to MS risk

3 March 2017

Source Multiple Sclerosis News Today:

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is thought to be caused by genetic factors, but environmental cues are increasingly recognized to have an impact on disease onset and development.

Pages

Category

Archive