5 things an MS nurse can tell you about the condition

This year is the 25th anniversary of multiple sclerosis (MS) nursing in the UK. We’ve made huge strides in this time, and we now have over 240 specialist nurses providing flexible, proactive care and support to the 100,000 people living with MS. However, that’s still not enough. Too many people are still having to manage this unpredictable, lifelong condition alone. This year UK charity MS Trust is stepping in to fund new nurses in the areas of greatest need. But how can an MS nurse help? Here are five things an MS nurse can tell you about the condition, which affects the brain and/or spinal cord and can cause a variety of symptoms…

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