Cannabis-based drugs aren't yet licensed for use on the NHS in Scotland, but some are in England, Northern Ireland and Wales for some people with MS. But it is possible to get cannabis-based products through private clinics.
This week, the UK Government published its Queen’s Speech. This outlined the new laws it plans to introduce to help ‘level up opportunities’ across all parts of the UK. We take a look at what the proposals could mean for people with MS.
Adult Disability Payment (ADP) will replace Personal Independence Payment (PIP). The Scottish Government is holding a consultation on the proposed changes. But the government hasn't changed the 20 metre rule.
Judy is the coordinator of the Borders local group and has been volunteering for almost two decades. The relationships the group built when they brought local people with MS together meant that when they called for better care, people listened.
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