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Long-term Lemtrada Treatment Benefits Demonstrated in Extension Study

Source Multiple Sclerosis News Today: A five-year study demonstrated that Sanofi-Genzyme’s Lemtrada (alemtuzumab) provides long-term benefits for relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis patients, reducing relapse rates and preventing the progression of the disease. Importantly, most patients required only the standard two-phase treatment course. Few needed additional courses because of relapse or new brain lesions.  Read on.

Celebrating Carers Week 12th – 18th June 2017

The 12th to the 18th June celebrates Carers Week 2017. “Carers Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness of caring, highlight the challenges carers face and recognise the contribution they make to families and communities throughout the UK. The campaign is brought to life by thousands of individuals and organisations who come together to… Read more »

Fw: Milton Park Newsletter – April 2017

  Problems viewing this email? Open in your web browser. April Newsletter Get to know your neighbours at Mingle! May’s Mingle at Milton Park will be another company showcasing event – get to know your neighbours! The showcasers have been decided and there’s a great line up for you; Oxford Immunotec, Leopard Business Solutions and… Read more »

Interview on Radio Oxford

  Andy and Alan were interviewed on Radio Oxford on Sunday morning at 9.30.  To hear the interview click on the link take the slider along to 2 hours 39 mins, after Carole King.


New THURSDAY AQUA Classes Trial starting in March. Third Thursday of the Month 2.00 – 2.45 (March 16th, April 20th, May 18th, June 15th ) If you can’t make First Friday sessions, this is your chance to see what you have been missing. All welcome. Free entry to Milton Park Pool with OMSTC membership card…. Read more »

Have you heard of trigeminal neuralgia?

Source:  MS Trust Have you heard of trigeminal neuralgia? It’s a type of severe neck pain which can cause stabbing or burning sensations down one side of the face. Research has shown that people who have MS are more likely to experience it.  Read on.