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My MS Journey


This week Declan Groeger shares his MS journey. Have you ever embarked on a journey only to find that the starting point was not where you thought it was or started a mystery trip where the route and length of the journey are unknown?  My MS journey officially started in 1988 but I believe...

Published by Declan Groeger on Thursday January 12 2017 11:25 AM

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Soulfeast 2017


Breathing Space The Western Regional Office are delighted to share with you that the very popular Soulfeast will take place again in the sumptuous and tranquil setting of  the Radisson Blu Hotel in Sligo on the weekend of 24th to 26th February 2017.   The theme for the weekend will be...

Published by MS Ireland on Thursday January 12 2017 08:40 AM

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Survey on Sativex


MS Ireland is planning to make a submission to the HSE regarding Sativex. If you have been affected by the lack of availability of Sativex, please take a few minutes to complete this short survey, which will help us to develop a strong submission. This survey is completely confidential and you w...

Published by MS Ireland on Tuesday January 10 2017 03:28 PM

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A Look to 2017 With MS & Me


Happy New Year from the MS & Me Blog Team. Here’s what 2017 looks like from here...  The media seems to love looking back at the end of each year. Reflecting on the news, the sport, the tragedies, and the triumphs. Your MS & Me Blog team take a different approach. When we get ...

Published by Trevis Gleason on Thursday January 05 2017 11:00 AM

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Online Mindfulness Programme for Adults Living with MS


MS Ireland funds new mindfulness research project at NUI Galway MS Ireland is supporting a new research programme at NUI Galway, led by Professor Brian McGuire and Dr. Brian Slattery, that aims to develop an online version of a mindfulness programme for people living with MS. The programme is ba...

Published by MS Ireland on Wednesday January 04 2017 10:28 AM

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Ocrelizumab is a new medication which has recently been shown in three, large phase-three clinical trials to have beneficial effects in both relapsing-remitting and primary progressive MS. When available, Ocrelizumab will be a welcome addition to the number of drugs currently licensed for relapsi...

Published by MS Ireland on Tuesday January 03 2017 10:28 AM

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