Niamh has been living with MS for over 10 year's and this year is taking part in the May 50k. Below, Niamh outlines why she is taking part and how important the challenge is to her.
Join the virtual event on Thursday, 29th April at 10.30am
22nd Annual General Meeting (61st AGM since MS Ireland’s foundation)
This week’s MS and Me blog from Grace Kavanagh
“... I have suffered a very real loss.”
The MHRA (Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency) and European Commission have granted marketing authorisation for an under-the-skin injection of Tysabri. Tysabri is a disease-modifying therapy for highly active relapsing-remitting MS.
MS Ireland understands that many of you have questions about the vaccine roll out and wish to know when you might expect to receive a vaccine.
This week Katie St Lawrence looks at how she decided on her MS treatment.
During the first lockdown Maggie Green reflected on her diagnosis of MS in 2016 and why she has returned to her studies.
This week Emma Valentine shares what self care means to her, what settles her mind, calms her and that feeling of preparedness.
UK experts are set to run a multi-arm, multi-stage trial which will test a range of drugs already approved for other illnesses for the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS). The ‘Octopus trial’ will allow three drugs to be tested at the same time.