Minister for Health, Leo Varadkar announced the launch of an ‘Access to Medicines’ Campaign Handbook produced by Multiple Sclerosis Ireland.
Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Not sure who said that, but they knew their stuff. Looking back, I can now see that I had MS symptoms long before I was diagnosed. Lots of things that I couldn’t quite put my finger on, which niggled away at my thoughts and feelings.
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*An introduction to our upcoming series discussing many of the stages of life with multiple sclerosis*
Four Quinn brothers plan return to New York to run NYC Marathon 35 years on for MS Ireland
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Thank You from all at MS Ireland and our Care Centre
Recently I've had a few young people who have been recently diagnosed with MS get in touch. I'm always happy to hear from people, because on of the most common themes I see emerge when these young people start to open up is the isolation they feel post-diagnosis. It's hard to be the only one in your family, your friends, and your peer group that has MS. It sometimes feels like nobody understands.
NAI submission outlines 6 areas