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# Multiple Sclerosis

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Opinion: I have MS, how can you justify not giving me a vaccine yet?
Dearbhla Crosse
'Lives could be saved': Woman with MS says adopted people should have access to medical history
‘We’re down 38% on last year’: The MS Readathon has been hit hard by the pandemic
I've been living with MS for 10 years now and remote working during Covid-19 is a huge help
Niamh McCarron
'It's my saving grace': Calls for Ireland's only MS care centre to open for an extra 10 weeks a year
'This is destroying lives': Patients say Ireland's neuro-rehab strategy has 'sat on a shelf for nearly a decade'
Opinion: It's hard enough living with MS without having to push for support
Lauren McCauley
Inclusion of chronic pain conditions on cannabis access scheme will be 'kept under review'
'There's no tragedy for me': US actress Selma Blair opens up about MS
Selma Blair is just as obsessed with her red carpet cane as everyone else
'The medication is constantly improving' - ex-Limerick star on living with multiple sclerosis
Selma Blair has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis after 'not being taken seriously' for years
Man with MS living in nursing home reunited with childhood sweetheart on Liveline
A pair of childhood sweethearts were reunited on Liveline where they reminisced about their first date
'My fear is that my carers are going to come in one morning to find I've passed away in bed'
Column: 'I have to teach myself to smile (I didn't realise it was so easy to lose a smile)'
Fiach Lynch
Breakthrough could lead to treatment that would delay progression of advanced MS
MS drug pulled from Irish and EU market after 12 patients worldwide suffer 'serious brain disorders'
Dublin councillor with MS: 'I was on a walking stick at 32 ... now I plan to run the marathon'
Mark Ward
Life with MS: 'Not only was I now disabled, I was a disabled bride'
Rosie McCormack
Vaccines can be blamed for illness without scientific proof, EU court rules
"Adam says to me 'You have MS mum, but I’ve got to wear glasses'"
'I need to speak to a professional' - Cork singer waiting for counselling after MS diagnosis
Medicinal cannabis: 'It's magic. I now swim three times a week and can take steps in the water'
Fionnuala O'Leary & Anna O'Connor
'My name is Claire. I have MS. I'm no different to anyone else'
"You can beat this s**t" - former Slipknot drummer reveals he quit after losing the use of his legs
'My sister and I have never let it stop us from doing what we want to do'
Irish scientist gets €2m grant to develop new treatment for arthritis, MS and Alzheimer’s disease
Mother of nine takes first steps in 21 years after being diagnosed with MS
Four Irish brothers are running the New York marathon - 35 years after their first go
'My vision blurred, like there was rain on the windscreen, but it wasn't raining'
Irish 'marvel molecule' treatment will help people with Alzheimer's, arthritis and MS
My Story: I have multiple sclerosis, but it doesn't define me
A high salt diet may worsen multiple sclerosis symptoms
New MS drug now available in Republic
Medicinal marijuana drug means end to buying drugs on the street
Medicinal cannabis will soon be legal and available for MS patients
Calls made for "wonder MS drug" to be made available by HSE
Cannabis helped Marie Fleming 'in lots of ways that prescribed drugs weren't able to'
HSE spent €7.5m providing injectable treatment for MS patients in 2013