Everyone needs to look after their general health, both body and mind, but this can be more important when you have been diagnosed with a long-term condition like multiple sclerosis. This week Teresa McShane looks at the changes she has made to achieve a balance in body and in life.
MS Ireland welcome the decision made by the HSE to reimburse Ocrelizumab or Ocrevus for people living with relapsing MS, including those with relapsing forms of secondary progressive MS. We are disappointed that this decision has not been extended to those with primary progressive MS. Ocrelizumab, which is administered via intravenous infusion every 6 months, is the only medication currently licensed for those living with relapsing and primary progressive forms of MS.
Bladder dysfunction and management strategies among people with Multiple sclerosis (MS): a qualitative study of people with MS perspectives
This week Fergal Hughes reflects on dating and disclosing his MS online and offline!
On Wednesday the 13th November 2019, Minister for Health Simon Harris launched the new Patient Advocacy Service, aimed at supporting patients who wish to make a complaint about care received in a public hospital.
This week Niamh McCarron looks at MS and employment.
Airports, bus stops and railway stations! This week Declan Groeger looks at transport accessibility.
This week Willeke Van Eeckhoutte shares with us how she has made her home MS-proof and the adaptive & assistive tools she uses.
You can now watch the videos in full from our brilliant panel of speakers below. Our national conference took place on September 21st and the theme of the day was #MyinvisibleMS.