Multiple Sclerosis Drug Linked To Increased Risk Of Colorectal Cancer

The multiple sclerosis drug mitoxantrone may be associated with an increased risk of colorectal cancer, according to a study published in the May 11,...

Researchers Discover A Shocking Cause Of Multiple Sclerosis Disease

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a condition that causes damage to the substance that covers nerve cells. This interrupts normal communication between nerves, leading to...

10 Things I’d Like Help With on the Bad Days of...

Living with chronic illness is hard. There are days the pain, fatigue and every-day-ness of it is too much to push through. A huge...

Inability to Express or Process Emotions Also Prevalent in MS Patients,...

A significant number of multiple sclerosis patients show signs not only of depression and anxiety, but also of alexithymia — an inability to describe or process...

Multiple Sclerosis: ‘You Don’t Die From MS, You Die With It’

The then 42-year-old was lying in a hospital bed after having lost sensation in the left side of her body. She thought it a really...

11 Silent Signs of Multiple Sclerosis It’s Easy to Overlook

The autoimmune disorder MS is called “the great masquerader” because its symptoms are so easy to brush off as something else. If you have...

Trigeminal Neuralgia, Type of Nerve Pain, is an Early Multiple Sclerosis...

A type of nerve pain, called trigeminal neuralgia, can be very hard to cope with and has become known as an early symptom of...

This is What People With Multiple Sclerosis Want You to Know...

MS Awareness week is happening this week, in order to raise funds alongside awareness about the condition. People with Multiple Sclerosis often feel many...

8 Silent Signs of Multiple Sclerosis It’s Easy to Overlook

The autoimmune disorder MS is called ‘the great masquerader’ because its symptoms are so easy to brush off as something else. If you have...

Meet the Cambridge scientist on verge of curing Multiple Sclerosis

Dr Su Metcalfe is sitting quietly reading through some documents in the lobby of the Judge Business School when I arrive for our interview....