I walk the places I used to scoot…

I have been rather quiet on here for the past couple months. I have needed to take a life break with everything to concentrate on my health following me starting a new medication, ‘Ropinirole’, during lockdown 2.0 (Nov). For those of you who aren’t aware, alongside MS I also have an underactive Thyroid which resulted as... Continue Reading →

Artificial Intelligence with Brains. The possibilities…

This week I attended the International Progressive MS Alliance webcast, with a focus on how blood tests and artificial intelligence (AI) in MRIs could predict MS progression. Hosted by Trishna Bharadia, International Patient Advocate, who I had the pleasure of meeting at MS Session in Prague; Dr.Robert Fox, neurologist and Vice Chair for Research of... Continue Reading →

Hello darkness my old friend…

13th February 2013 frames the before and after of my life. It’s impossible to get through grief that hasn’t happened yet as MS is a constant moving target. So with that, almost 7 years diagnosed and numerous ‘minor’ relapses (I say minor in that I can still function with my life for the best part... Continue Reading →

Tysabri – Miss Positive(ity)

It was like being diagnosed all.over.again. Early March this year there I was again, hobbling into neurology, for what had started to become a monthly visit for one reason or another. Only now, I was heavily reliant on 2 crutches, in the space of a year I had gone from nothing, to a walking to... Continue Reading →

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