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Support vital services Ten years ago, Chloe Roche was rushed to hospital when she suddenly collapsed with a seizure. She had completely lost her sight and was temporarily paralysed. After a barrage of tests she was eventually diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Chloe was just six years old. Chl...

Published by MS Ireland on Thursday December 14 2017 11:04 AM

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MS Research eZine


Issue 4 is out now! MS Research is a bi-annual research eZine. In each edition we will be sharing the latest updates from scientific and social MS research, from here in Ireland and internationally.   In this issue Research prioritisation survey results Research event...

Published by MS Ireland on Wednesday December 13 2017 12:15 PM

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Research Presentations


MS Research Explored MS Ireland hosted a research information event 'MS Research Explored' in Trinity Biomedical Sciences Building, Dublin on Thursday 30th November 2017. For those of you who were unable to attend the event or missed our live stream, presentations are available to watch/downloa...

Published by MS Ireland on Wednesday December 13 2017 09:27 AM

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Research Findings


New international research published into treatment expectations of people with MS New international research finds that people living with MS prioritise slowing disease progression when considering treatment choices. People with MS want therapies that reduce the number of relapses they suffer a...

Published by International Researchers on Wednesday December 13 2017 09:03 AM

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Better Balance Programme


Many people with multiple sclerosis experience falls, which can have significant consequences for the individual. The MS Research Team at the University of Limerick, led by Professor Susan Coote, have developed a falls prevention programme for people with multiple sclerosis and would like to asse...

Published by MS Ireland/University of Limerick on Tuesday December 12 2017 05:24 PM

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Letter to Minister Simon Harris regarding ocrelizumab Today, (Monday, 11th December) MS Ireland have written to Minister for Health Simon Harris regarding new medication ocrelizumab, which is the first ever medication to be indicated for primary progressive MS. MS Ireland are asking the Minister...

Published by MS Ireland on Monday December 11 2017 02:03 PM

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