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Gilenya Now Prescribed

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Fingolimod, under the trade name Gilenya, the first oral drug therapy for the treatment of MS, is now available under the direction of a neurologist. Gilenya is licensed as a second line therapy, making it suitable for people that have failed on conventional first line therapies or those individu...

Published by MS Ireland on Tuesday July 10 2012 11:21 AM

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Your Space, Your Say!

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The MS Ireland blog is your space to talk about the things that matter to you. It's an opportunity to come together with a community of like-minded people and share your stories, advice and tips.  Of course, it's also a great place to ask questions, meet new ...

Published by MS Ireland on Thursday June 28 2012 03:35 PM

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TDs to Support Carers

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Politicians from all parties are being encouraged by carers to sign a petition supporting the swift publication of the long awaited National Carers Strategy and for a timeframe for its implementation. The call was made as a delegation of family carers and carers organisations prepared to give a ...

Published by MS Ireland/Care Alliance Ireland on Thursday June 21 2012 12:32 PM

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Carers Survey Findings

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Launch of the findings of a national survey of neurological carers as part of events to mark National Carers Week 2012 The survey was carried out by the Neurological Alliance of Ireland in partnership with Care Alliance Ireland. The survey, conducted last month, showed that most carers have bee...

Published by Neurological Alliance of Ireland/Care Alliance Ireland on Thursday June 21 2012 12:25 PM

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Gilenya Funded

The HSE to now fund the oral therapy Yesterday The Irish Times reported that the HSE and the Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association (IPHA) reached an agreement that will see the reimbursement of Gilenya, the oral therapy unavailable to people with MS. The IPHA represents the pharmaceutical ...

Published by MS Ireland on Wednesday June 20 2012 12:42 PM

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High-tech equipment for NUI, Galway

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An Irish company specialising in laboratory equipment, Chemical Systems Control, has donated high-tech equipment to NUI Galway to help in the battle against multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis Ireland is delighted to announce a Telstart biosafety cabinet, with a retail value of over €7,0...

Published by MS Ireland/NUI, Galway on Tuesday June 19 2012 10:45 AM

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