This year International Women’s Day and Mother’s Day are the same week. In her blog today, Mary Deveraux lets us in on her thoughts for the occasions and reflects on her, and her family’s new experience of living with Primary Progressive MS.
The Neurological Alliance of Ireland, together with eleven of its member organisations, has launched a campaign calling on the Government to prioritise investment in neurology services.
New planning booklet launched for those with advancing neurological illnesses
The manufacturers of Zinbryta (daclizumab) announce worldwide withdrawal of Zinbryta following new reports of serious side effects.
OMS coming to Belfast
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.
Due to the red weather warning issued by Met Eireann our National Office and Care Centre in Dublin will be closed today (Wednesday, 28th February) until further notice.
Participants wanted – investigating the role of self-perceptions in adjustment to multiple sclerosis.
MS Ireland has become aware that some people with MS have been affected by the recent decision by the HSE to withdraw reimbursement of Versatis medicated plasters for all conditions besides the licensed indication, which is post-shingles pain. Some people with MS have been prescribed this treatment for neuropathic pain.