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My aHSCT story – Lucy Kerly

May 23, 2022 | Advocacy, Life with MS, My Story, Treatments

Lucy Kerly had aHSCT on the NHS at Hammersmith Hospital in London at the beginning of 2022. Both she and her husband live with MS – Steve was diagnosed with relapsing MS in 2003 when he was 29 and travelled […]


My aHSCT Journey – Matthew Price

May 9, 2022 | Advocacy, Life with MS, Media, My Story

Matthew was living in Florida in 2004, a very stressful time with numerous hurricanes battering the area. He had also just been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis by a Neurologist. At 37 years old he was learning how to inject himself […]


People with Multiple Sclerosis unable to access ‘life-changing treatment’ in NZ

May 9, 2022 | Advocacy, Life with MS, Media, My Story, Treatments

Published in Stuff on 5th May 2022 https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/128482766/people-with-multiple-sclerosis-unable-to-access-lifechanging-treatment-in-nz  


Have you travelled overseas for Stem Cell aHSCT treatment?

May 3, 2022 | Advocacy, Research, Study, Treatments

New Zealand Neurologists are undertaking a survey of people who have travelled overseas to have a bone marrow (stem cell / aHSCT) transplant for multiple sclerosis. The study involves answering a questionnaire and giving consent for doctors to access your […]


My aHSCT story – Keryn Ashworth

March 16, 2022 | My Story, Treatments

People often asked me ‘what research I did’ before deciding on a stem cell transplant in Russia…. Short answer ……’nothing’. I learnt that over the years of having this disease and my steady decline, that MS does not allow you […]