This morning the BBC. Have reported on exciting news for the MS community. Ocrelizumab is the first drug shown to work in the primary progressive form of the disease! Ocrelizumab is a drug that is currently being reviewed for use in the UK. Some people may say it’s only potentially exciting because it has to … More Potential break through for MS!
On Wednesday last week, we were a hive of activity in the Faculty Office. Well really the activity had started at home several days before as we all baked for the Faculty Bake Off! When we talked about the potential cakes and pies we were going to bake (or fake in some cases!) we realised … More The Great Faculty Bake Off
Our friend Bridget (the genius with her knitting needles) has been at it again! She made these beautiful tree trimmings for Rose and when asked what she could be given in return, she very kindly passed the donation straight on to my Mum towards my MS Trust challenge. What an absolute star! Whilst I have … More The power of a ball of wool…
Every year Kenny, a regular supporter of the MS Trust creates some magical Christmas decorations at his woodshop all in aid of the MS Trust. Last year I was lucky to discover the gifts on offer at Kenny’s workshop and soon little Robins were flying their way to the Warwick, Metcalfe’s and Pritchard houses! This … More The Adventures of the MS Robins
Recently I have joined a running group at work. They’re a lovely group, great fun and really supportive. Three sessions are usually arranged a week, led by Colin who knows what he’s talking about when it comes to running! Each week one of the sessions is a technical session focusing on a key technique in … More Christmas Running at the Coast