Sarah Rees Sarah "celebrated" the fourth anniversary of her diagnosis in June 2019 Sarah shares the different emotional and practical progress she has made as she has come to terms with her MS symptoms. Share this page Share this page on Twitter (opens in a new window) Share this page on Facebook (opens in a new window) Blogs by Sarah Read more blogs from our MS community Research hope in a tough year Sarah Rees lives with MS and is a member of our Research Network. She’s been taking a look back at some of the highs and lows for MS research during this exceptionally challenging year. My 8 rules for dating when you have MS Online dating is always something of an adventure. For every person who met their life partner on an app, you will hear ten horror stories of unsuitable, awkward or downright odd experiences. Meet the researcher whose own MS inspired her research Sarah Rees is a member of our Research Network. She caught up with researcher and occupational therapist Colette Beecher (pictured above) to find out how her experiences with an MS treatment called HSCT inspired her PhD project. Lockdown lessons – going back to basics For those of us with MS who are usually able to live full and active lives, life under lockdown is a serious shrinkage. But it's a rare opportunity to realise what really matters. Helping people with MS manage fatigue This week we launched our online fatigue management course. Research Network member Sarah Rees caught up with Dr Sarah Thomas, the researcher behind the course. Meet the researcher searching for treatments for everyone with MS Alasdair Coles is a researcher from the University of Cambridge. He told Research Network member Sarah Rees about his vision of a future where everyone with MS has access to effective treatments. My MS diagnosis – four years on In June this year, I ‘celebrated’ my fourth MS anniversary. For me, marking the moment matters because it is a chance to take stock of myself and my progress.