Posts By: Karen Jones

Volunteers needed

Volunteers needed to help with our collection at Millets Farm on Saturday 29th June, we have some time slots not covered at all. Please help if you can.

Thank you!

Thank you to those who gave up their time to collect on Sunday (2nd June) at Tesco Abingdon; Angela and John Day, Geoff and Brenda Fewings, Andy and Julia Gower, Dave Webb and Terry Saunders.  A great collection, totalling: £447.66 We have another collection this month on Saturday 29th June at Millets Farm, Frilford, if anyone can… Read more »

Good news! NICE approves Ocrevus (ocrelizumab) for primary progressive MS

Source MS Trust: The MS Trust is delighted that Ocrevus (ocrelizumab) has been approved by NICE for NHS treatment of early, inflammatory primary progressive MS. NICE has approved Ocrevus for people with primary progressive MS if they: have had symptoms of primary progressive MS for 15 years or less and are able to walk 20 metres or more, with or without walking aids (up… Read more »

Multiple Sclerosis News Today Daily Digest

Worth reading, the Ocrelizumab (Ocrevus) story, plus second and third items.  But a warning to all, not all the comments are positive. Multiple Sclerosis News Today The Web’s Daily Resource for Multiple Sclerosis News In the 05/13/2019 edition: MS News that Caught My Eye Last Week: Lemtrada Satisfaction, Limiting Tysabri’s PML Risk, MS and Pregnancy,… Read more »

General Meeting 13th June 2019

Notice of General Meeting Notice is hereby given that a General Meeting (Meeting) of The M.S. Therapy Centre (Oxford) Ltd (Company) will be held at 37e, Innovation Drive, Milton Park, Abingdon, OX14 4RT on June 13th2019 at noon. You will be asked to consider and vote on the resolution below. The resolution will be proposed… Read more »

We both now have hope – MS sisters

Sisters Zoe Bowman and Vikki Langford were both diagnosed with multiple sclerosis within weeks of each other. But while Vikki has been able to get treatment for her form of the condition, Zoe has not. That is because Zoe has the primary progressive form of the disease for which there has been no treatment available… Read more »