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Following on from the sad news about ProfG’s farewell from the Blog, the team will evaluate how best to move forward.

We wish ProfG well as he continues with his rehabilitation and refocussing of activities.

There is always a place for him to return in the future, so here’s an open invitation for the occasional guest post…

Please bear with us whilst we’re engaging in some navel-gazing – we won’t be long.

And comments are open.

General Disclaimer: Please note that the opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the positions of the Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry nor Barts Health NHS Trust and are not meant to be interpreted as personal clinical advice.  Please note that Professor Gavin Giovannoni has no responsibility for this blog.

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  • Someone who’s into lifestyle posts where possible, would be great. Just a suggestion.

    The technical stuff is great don’t get me wrong, just be nice to feed off something we can change in our lifestyle approach toward treating MS

    • The essential issue is…. who will to go out on a limb to make suggestions…when you are likely to get your head bitten off. ProfG would do this but there are not many of that build, however you are welcome to step up to the plate

  • Have a good think guys but please don’t underestimate how useful this blog is to many readers – its the go to place for anything to do with MS.

    I’ll “bare with” you. Just not sure what to bare.

    • I’ll second that. The blog is essential reading for many people with MS. I hope it will continue to ‘go out on a limb’ as MD says. There must be a reason so many people turn to this blog rather than other, perhaps more obvious sources of information. For me it’s the honesty and directness of the content. MS sufferers need more champions like Professor G and not fewer.

  • Good luck with the bearing! And I’m looking forward to seeing the blog continue in its next iteration. Prof G has to take care of himself and leave others to plow. The insight and information the blog has provided over the years has been invaluable to me personally and I’m sure many other MSers.

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