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11.12.2020

MS and Rehabilitation Conference in Luxembourg

Multidisciplinary care to improve the quality of life of people with the disease of a thousand faces On 27 September…

The prevalence of sexual dysfunction in Greek MS Patients

11.12.2020

Sexual dysfunction (SD) in Multiple Sclerosis Sexuality and intimate relationships are a significant part of life and well-being. Sexual dysfunction…

Interactive map to find reimbursed MS treatment in Poland

16.07.2019

In early June, the Polish MS Society has officially launched a new Multiple Sclerosis Map. This interactive digital tool helps…

16.07.2019

Untapping the potential of data and technology

Technology has dramatically changed everyone’s lives, people affected by MS included. We create a vast amount of data every day,…

Revealing results from a survey by the Hellenic Federation of People with MS

06.05.2019

There are more than 10,000 people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) in Greece. At the one-day MS Patient in the…

Research shows hot chocolate could reduce fatigue in MS

06.05.2019

An innovative new project, funded by the MS Society UK, has found hot chocolate could help reduce fatigue in people…

08.03.2019

21st State of Art Symposium around the challenges of MS treatment in Switzerland

Paediatric MS and MS in old age were the two main topics neurologists explored at the 21st State of the…

Danish MS Society offers Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) training for MS patients

08.03.2019

TRE (tension and trauma releasing exercises) is a therapeutic method for relieving trauma and stress. The method was developed by…

After 20 years, the “Is MS Treatment Still a Lottery?” campaign has achieved its objective in Croatia

08.03.2019

The Croatian MS Society presented new guidelines for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) treatment which, after 20 years, will finally provide timely…

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