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Planning for the Future Booklet Launched

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New planning booklet launched for those with advancing neurological illnesses A new booklet to help people with advancing neurological illnesses to plan for all aspects of their future was officially launched today (Tuesday 6 March) as part of National Brain Awareness Week. Aidan Larkin, Nationa...

Published by MS Ireland/NAI/IHF on Tuesday March 06 2018 06:02 PM

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2018 World MS Day

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Save the Date!  MS Ireland will join with other societies around the world to raise awareness of multiple sclerosis (MS) and mobilise the public around issues affecting people with MS and their families. Stay tuned for updates!   Wednesday, 30th May 2018

Published by MS Ireland on Tuesday February 06 2018 09:21 AM

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Brain Awareness Week

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5th to 11th March 2018 The National Brain Awareness Week is an annual initiative to raise awareness of neurological conditions. This year, the theme is the 'The Lived Experience', the reality of living with a neurological condition for the 800,000 Irish people affected. To find out more, visit ...

Published by Neurological Alliance Ireland (NAI) on Thursday February 01 2018 01:00 PM

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Advocacy Strategy 2018

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MS Ireland has published our Advocacy Strategy for 2018, which details the actions we will be taking this year to try and address each of our advocacy priority areas. You can download the strategy here Get in touch For comments and questions please contact Harriet Doig, Information, Advocacy an...

Published by MS Ireland on Thursday January 18 2018 02:35 PM

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Ocrelizumab Receives Licence in EU

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Roche’s ocrelizumab receives licence in the EU for relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis (RMS) and primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS) Ocrelizumab is first and only approved disease-modifying medicine for people in EU with early PPMS Dublin, 12 January 2018: Roche announced toda...

Published by Roche on Monday January 15 2018 12:13 PM

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Multiple Sclerosis: The Facts

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More than 9,000 people are living with Multiple Sclerosis in Ireland. Multiple Sclerosis (MS), meaning ‘many scars’, is the most common disabling neurological disease affecting young adults in Ireland. MS impacts the motor, sensory and cognitive functioning of the body and is usually ...

Published by MS Ireland on Wednesday January 03 2018 11:55 AM

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