Tag: MS Society
A study has found that one in five people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in the UK is under the age of 30. As part of a £100 million charity appeal, a 28-year-old Cranfield resident living with MS is shedding light on the need for new treatments.
Charlotte Doherty was diagnosed with relapsing MS in October 2017 – over 40 year years since her late grandmother was told she had progressive MS, and 20 since her uncle was told he was living with the progressive form of the condition.Read More
Letter to the Editor: People with MS are losing their mobility, their confidence and their independence
The MS Society’s new report “Too Much To Lose” shows that since lockdown began, 7 in 10 people (69%) with MS couldn’t speak to a rehabilitation professional when they needed to. Without this support, people with MS are losing their mobility, their confidence and their independence.Read More
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