MSIF visits MS organisations in Taiwan and South Korea

In August Sarah Dobson, MSIF’s Senior Communications and Campaigns Officer, met with local MS organisations in Taiwan and South Korea.

Fatigue linked with worse MS outcomes

New evidence suggests that fatigue is linked with higher levels of disability, greater levels of depression and anxiety, and poorer cognitive function and sleep in people with MS

EME’s Tips to Help Quality of Life

Multiple Sclerosis Spain has launched a new illustration with tips to help improve quality of life for those with MS.

Study suggests improvement in MS employment outcomes

New research, involving 874 people who had used disease-modifying therapies during the previous 5 years, has shown a link between more effective disease-modifying therapies and an increased level of employment, work attendance and productivity at work.

Brain damage in MS predicts long-term employment outcomes

A new study has found a link found between brain imaging markers and long-term employment status.

Cyprus Multiple Sclerosis Association translates Quality of Life principles into Greek

MSIF’s ‘Seven principles to improve quality of life with MS’, already available in English, Spanish, Arabic, and Italian, have now been translated into Greek.

Tawasol – Dec 2017 issue

Latest news from 17 organisations in the Arab region

MS International Federation’s members gather in London to mark 50 years of the global MSIF movement

More than 100 staff, volunteers, and people with and affected by MS from 39 countries gathered in London in September for the MSIF Movement’s 50th Anniversary meetings.

Seven principles to improve quality of life

Seven principles for quality of life based on the insights and experience of people affected by MS

World MS Day 2017

World MS Day 2017 takes place on 31st May and the theme is #LifewithMS