MS Society Cymru blog

MS Society Cymru's dedicated blog.

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“Being diagnosed with MS inspired my MS research project”

Dr Joanne Welton wearing a white lab coatDr Joanne Welton was diagnosed with MS six years ago, while studying for her PhD. She's now leading an MS Society-funded study at Cardiff University, searching for MS-specific biomarkers, which could lead to a quicker and easier wa

Exercise changed my life

June Draycott sitting on a beige sofaFor one member in North Wales, the benefits of exercise from her weekly Pilates class have been obvious.

June Draycott from Colwyn Bay lives with her husband Roy and was diagnosed in 2005. She tells us more about exercise and her MS.

Exercise and activity taster days

Get active with MS poster

If you live with MS and you’d like to learn more about the benefits of taking part in exercise and activity, and more about local opportunities available, join us at our free Get Active Days:

South East Wales Service User Forum

Based in South East Wales? Want to help us improve local MS services?

We're setting up a service user forum for people affected by MS in the Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Hospital Health Board area.

Wanted - new Support Volunteers in Wales

We are looking for volunteers across Wales to take on an exciting new challenge.

Reflecting on a busy year of Welsh campaigning in 2011

Joseph Carter, Policy, Press and Campaigns Manager for MS Society Cymru reflects on a year of getting loud for MS in Wales.

The beginning of 2012 is a great time to take stock of our campaigning in the last year and look towards this year and beyond.

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