News

08.03.2019

Increased number of monthly physiotherapy sessions for people with MS in Greece

Thanks to the continuous effort of the Hellenic Federation of Persons with MS, the Greek National Health Care Provider (EOPYY)…

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

08.03.2019

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…

08.03.2019

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

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

More than 21,000 people call for action on ocrelizumab for Primary Progressive MS in the UK

08.03.2019

More than 21,000 people have signed a petition launched by the MS Society UK, calling for ocrelizumab to be made…

EMSP Members’ Corner: MS News from Poland, Lithuania, Spain and Portugal

21.12.2018

Polish MS Society’s conference about rehabilitation For many years, the Polish MS Society has been actively involved in facilitating access…

12.12.2018

Spain claims the recognition of the 33 percent degree of disability for people with neurodegenerative diseases

In Spain, the assessment and recognition of a disability is a long decentralized administrative procedure. A specialised team consisting of…

Germany connects its MSers through a unique social network

07.11.2018

German social network for MSers MS Connect is a social network developed by the German National Multiple Sclerosis Society (DMSG)…

Brexit and MS

07.11.2018

By our EMSP Board member & guest author: Georgina Carr (UK MS Society) It’s now over two years since the…

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