Carer’s week celebrates and highlights the unstinting work that people who care for those who are physically disabled or mentally vulnerable because of illness or accident.
The medicines regulatory agency MHRA has recently approved extended time for the use of the Pfizer vaccination. The Pfizer vaccine must be kept at very low temperatures until it is thawed in preparation for use, and, until now, the length of time it
Today, May 17th heralds the day we can say good-by to many of the restrictions we’ve been living with.
Given the complexity of MS and the symptoms it causes it is no wonder that anxiety and depression are common features of the MS experience. However, in my many years of working with MS I can honestly say that I am forever in awe of the spirit and strength we see in so many of those coping with the day by day battering that is MS.
The impact of the Covid pandemic on research into MS
Most charities will have seen their income fall during the Covid 19 pandemic. Income for MS Research has fallen by nearly 50%. Never the less, some very generous gifts and donations have enabled us to re-invigorate our work and to begin to fund new projects.