D is for Denial Listen now (5 min) | For those of you with the relapse-onset MS, not only do you have to go through a stage of denial when you are diagnosed with MS, but again when you realise that you have progressive disease.
Teach Neurology: lymphopaeniaListen now (2 min) | A list of questions from a neurologist on how to deal with lymphopaenia and MS DMTs that I try to answer. They are all very intere…
Case study: MRI-negative relapsesListen now (11 min) | I am campaigning to get MS redefined as a biological disease and to get the MS community to move away from the current clinico-ra…
An online course to self-manage MS or not?Listen now (6 min) | The critics are sharpening their analogue pencils to stab me in the eye. Is this elitist, ageist and discriminatory as people who …
Black FridayListen now (12 min) | The recognition of B.1.1.529 a new SARS-CoV-2 variant in Botswana and South Africa is worrying and has implications for the manag…
Why is exercise the most underrated and under-utilised DMT? And why is it not part of the standard MS care package?
Case study: pulse oximetryListen now (5 min) | Ocrelizumab-treated, triple-vaccinated with COVID-19. What would you do?
Are you eligible for an MS disease-modifying therapy?Listen now (4 min) | Who should decide on eligibility criteria for MS therapies; the regulators, the payers, professional societies, healthcare profess…
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