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Your chance to influence preventive research!

Avid readers of the blog will have heard us talk about MS prevention, and the new(ish) Preventive Neurology Unit that Prof G has helped to set up to study this. We are really keen that people affected by MS are able to tell us the kind of questions that they would like us to work towards answering. I have been tasked with looking at the causes and  exploring the possibilities for preventing...

Coffee and Chat reminder

Next Friday! Come along to Coffee and Chat. If you are a Barts-MS patient, make sure you head to Whitechapel for a new patient-led group – Coffee and a Chat. Bonnie and Elizabeth have set up this friendly support network for all patients of Barts-MS. Come along to the Nucleus cafe in the Blizard building in Whitechapel (E1 2AT) from 10am – 12pm on the first Friday of each month through 2019. The...

Fancy a (free) coffee and a chat?

If you are a Barts-MS patient, make sure you head to Whitechapel for a new patient-led group – Coffee and a Chat. Bonnie and Elizabeth have set up this friendly support network for all patients of Barts-MS. Come along to the Nucleus cafe in the Blizard building in Whitechapel (E1 2AT) from 10am – 12pm on the first Friday of each month through 2019. The next one is Friday 5th April. Put it into...

Listeriosis

Can we prevent alemtuzumab-associated listeriosis? The following is a published case report of someone with MS developing listeriosis congruent with their second course of alemtuzumab treatment. It is clear this patient was not taking her diatary advice very seriously. We have a potential solution for this problem. Holmøy et al. Listeria monocytogenes infection associated with alemtuzumab – a...

Happy Happiness Day

This the first of our Barts-MS non-personalised, more factual, blog posts. We, Barts-MS, hope you will find this format more agreeable. Happiness is associated with better health outcomes, which may apply to people living with MS and their families. More research needs to be done in this area before any definitive statements can be made in relation to applying happiness therapy as part of the...

Cry, the Beloved Country

This post has been moved to Medium. From now on Prof G will do all personal postings on Medium. He will continue to post on this platform but will be limiting his posts on the Barts-MS blog to factual content, no random personal musings and no off-beat MS topics.

International Women’s Day

Today I’m standing for women – and, in particular, actress Selma Blair Until very recently, there has never been a celebrity who has shown us what it is truly like to have multiple sclerosis – warts and all. In the past, talk-show host Montel Williams and reality show star Jack Osbourne have disclosed they have the disease, but the image they show to the world has been carefully...

#ThinkHand

Nice when people recognise your work. Well done ProfG, DrK, Alison, our PPI team, MS Pharma and the MS community for getting behind the campaign to view hand function as something that we strive to save when we have sadly failed with leg function. #ThinkHand is a multifaceted campaign to get the wider MS community to focus on the importance of hand function for people with MS with the aim of...

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