There’s no vaccine available yet for the new coronavirus (COVID-19). But there have been very promising results for 3 vaccines. Our MS Helpline nurses Jennifer and Razia explain a little more about what we know already.
2020 has been a challenging year and for many in our community it’s been particularly difficult. Nick reflects on COVID-19 and the changes we have to make so we can keep being here for our MS community.
Hello, my name is Nina Campbell. I’m 57, live in the Highlands of Scotland and have been married for 29 years to my husband Laurence. We have 3 beautiful and successful daughters and a gorgeous 1-year-old grandson.
For me, Black History Month is representation, recognition and celebration, it means “I deserve to be here”. It gives a voice to people who are rarely represented whilst also allowing us all to explore our shared history.
As part of my job at the MS Society, I work with the Experts by Experience network, an online group who share their first-hand experiences of MS. They work with me and other colleagues across the UK to shape and design the services our community needs.