This week Robert Joyce writes a letter to his newly-diagnosed self.
MS data sharing during the coronavirus pandemic.
This week Niamh McCarron shares her understanding of life with MS, hope and Covid-19
What is Resilience? Why do some people appear more resilient than others? How can we get it? These are just some of the frequently asked questions about stress and resilience…
Emma Rogan writes about what Mother’s Day will be like this year and how Covid-19 is impacting her.
This week, MedDay Pharmaceuticals announced that the second pivotal Phase 3 trial (SPI2) of MD1003 (biotin), an investigational product for primary and secondary progressive MS has failed to meet its primary and secondary endpoints.
'I have a saying that where there is uncertainly, doubt and fear there is always hope, dreams and a silver lining. The brain is as clueless to what the future holds just as much as we are but we can help it and nourish it and keep it healthy'. Ciara O'Meara
MS Ireland are gathering questions from the community to put to Professor Niall Pender as part of Brain Awareness Week (March 16th-21st).
'But the one thing that never fails to help with my anxiety is ‘my dog’ Pete. He has been there when I was first diagnosed with anxiety, then MS and then depression. He seems to know when I need him'. Katie St Lawrence
'I don’t want this blog to end up in a massive rant where I bring you down with my woes, so bear with me as I try to make this as painless as possible. So what gets me about MS… To be honest it is a long unending list so let’s just stick to the highlights!' Grace Kavanagh