Blog Articles, tagged with: Ms

Research Study

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Young adults lived experiences and perceptions of parental MS and how it impacts on them. Niall Moloney, 4th year Occupational Student, NUI Galway is looking for participants to engage in a research study. Who can participate? The participants for this particular study are children of people w...

Published by MS Ireland/Niall Moloney on Friday March 16 2018 07:30 AM

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MS DMT Choices

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Where do you get your MS treatment information? This week in her first blog as part of the renewed MS and Me writing team, Joan Jordan tackles medication, DMTs, clinical trials and decision-making. Read on for a clear description of how Joan made her DMT decisions…. I was a bit late to bo...

Published by Joan Jordan on Thursday March 15 2018 11:00 AM

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It Is All In My Head

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Anxiety is a common symptom for people living with MS and can frequently be overlooked. This week, read Robert Joyce's first MS & Me blog addressing and dealing with anxiety. Anxiety can paralyse you; make you incapable of doing the simplest task. Something happens inside my head that t...

Published by Robert Joyce on Thursday March 01 2018 01:00 PM

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Postponed - Regina Nathan Concert

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Due to the weather warnings from Met Eireann the Regina Nathan concert scheduled for Friday evening (March 2nd) has been postponed. A new date will be announced shortly. For more information please contact Caitriona Hughes: caitrionah@ms-society.ie An evening of music and song  Longtime MS...

Published by MS Ireland on Tuesday February 27 2018 09:35 AM

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MS Bucket List

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Do you have a bucket list? This week for her first blog, Rosie McCormack writes about hers and how she dealt with all the holes in her bucket list post-diagnosis.  About six months before the relapse that led to my diagnosis, I was out running and I suddenly became so aware of how lucky I w...

Published by Rosie McCormack on Thursday February 22 2018 12:00 PM

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Ocrelizumab

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MS Ireland has made a Patient Group Submission to the National Centre for Pharmaco-economics regarding Ocrevus (ocrelizumab)  Ocrelizumab is first and only approved disease-modifying medicine for people with early primary progressive MS. The medication is currently being assessed by the NCP...

Published by MS Ireland on Thursday February 22 2018 08:43 AM

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MS and Lent

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This week, Emma Rogan is reminiscing about mornings in a cold drafty boarding school in the Midlands. Read on for her take on the next forty days and forty nights. In my school days I got involved in the Christian Union, a group of young Christians in my school. I got seriously into my Bible and...

Published by Emma Rogan on Thursday February 15 2018 01:09 PM

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Home Care Services

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This week Declan Groeger considers what it means to have help in the home. It’s never as simple as it sounds and when it comes to services for people with MS in Ireland, things are really very complex.  Living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is not easy at the best of times and as the ...

Published by Declan Groeger on Thursday February 08 2018 01:00 PM

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Meet Our New MS & Me Blog Team – Part 3

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Today we conclude our introduction of our expanded 2018 MS & Me Blog team. There are a number of familiar faces and some shiny new additions! All are up for the challenge of writing and sharing their experience with the MS community.  Helen Farrell  Avid historian and part-time ...

Published by MS & Me Editorial Team on Thursday February 01 2018 06:00 PM

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Meet Our New MS & Me Blog Team – Part 2

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Continuing with our introduction of the 2018 MS & Me Blog team, let us introduce a few more members of our team. Rosie Farrell A graphic designer and sub-editor, the Sligo native now lives in Dublin with her husband Niall and their little dog Trixie. Rosie was diagnosed with MS in 2015. We ...

Published by MS & Me Editorial Team on Thursday January 25 2018 01:00 PM

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