“At present, we don’t know exactly how pregnancy slows the development of MS, but we believe that it has to do with alterations made to a woman’s DNA. “
The MS Society in the UK is collecting data on the impact of coronavirus.
“Sometimes there’s things going on with people that we can’t see”
it builds on the strength of the NHS in Scotland and allows researchers to study geographical risk factors in detail.
St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall was lit up in orange on Monday 22nd of April, as part of the Go Orange campaign to raise awareness of Multiple Sclerosis.
Images of Kirkwall’s shops & businesses supporting the Go Orange campaign
Today sees the start of MS Awareness Week running from 22nd – 28th of April.
The MS Society Scotland is launching free online sessions for people who are recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
The importance of the work done by the third sector and support groups for people with MS in Orkney is vital.