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Making Sense of MS


Friday November 07 2014 01:41 PM

New resource from MS Trust

Making Sense of MS is a new resource for people who have been recently diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis(MS).

The postcard-sized booklet provides a brief introduction to MS and answers the questions most commonly asked after diagnosis.

  • What is MS?
  • About MS
  • Living well with MS
  • Talking about your MS diagnosis
  • MS treatments and therapies
  • Support from Health Professionals
  • Finding the right information

Further reading:

Our MS Information Line is open to everyone in need of support or advice every Monday to Friday from 10am-2pm on 1850 233 233.

Author: MS Ireland/MS Trust

Tags: newlydiagnosed, multiplesclerosis, mstrust, resource, information


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