Tag Archives: MS Society Scotland

A Letter A Day… Denise

It’s day seven of ‘A Letter A Day’ and today I have the privilege of posting Denise’s hard-hitting letter. I only wish it could be standard reading for future GPs and neurologists. Please click on the link below to read … Continue reading

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A Letter A Day… Craig

Today’s letter is from Craig. In it, he describes not only the painful journey that led him to a diagnosis of MS but also the way he’s taken control his life and ownership of the disease. Please click on the link … Continue reading

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A Letter A Day… Anne

On February 10th I received this powerful diagnosis letter from Anne. She is a regular blogger for the MS Society Scotland, writing the fabulous Life wi the Broons. Please click on the link below to read her letter. Anne’s letter

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A Letter A Day… Alex

As promised, here’s letter number two. I received it on February 12th from Alex. Please click on the link below to read about his experience of being diagnosed with MS and the positive way he’s lived his life since. Alex’s letter

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On the move!

The Step Inside MS exhibition is on the move. It has begun its summer tour of South Lanarkshire libraries and can now be viewed at both Blantyre Library and Cambuslang Library. I met Head of Policy and Communications for the MS Society … Continue reading

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Step Inside MS Exhibition

I spent yesterday morning at the Town House Library in Hamilton preparing display boards for the Step Inside MS exhibition. The exhibition is due to run from April 14th until May 19th in Hamilton and will then tour other libraries in … Continue reading

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Walking on Fire

After such a long blogging pause, it seems that the best approach is to dive back in by writing posts about incidents and events from the last year. I can’t promise that these will be in chronological order, which may … Continue reading

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