Interesting article about the various vaccines for coronavirus from the MS Research Blog:
The best protection against anti-Vaxers…is knowledge. – Multiple Sclerosis Research Blog
Want to learn about the new vaccine in the news. Watch the video from Dr Professor Roger Seheult from Webcram below. The information starts at 2min and is 20minutes long. The first...
This is very early days, but might offer some hope for the future?
BioNTech Vaccine Treats MS in Mice Without Dampening Immune System
BioNTech’s experimental non-inflammatory vaccine — designed to dampen the abnormal immune responses seen in multiple sclerosis (MS) against myelin — delayed the onset and...
I hope that everyone is keeping safe as they can at this awful time.
I just wondered if there was any information about the new vaccines that are going to be available and those of us on DMD treatments. I have had 2 course of Ocrevus which I do appreciate lowers my immunity, but this new vaccine has got the live virus in it, so that "normal" people will be able to build an immnunity, so really my question is, if my family have the vaccine, am I going to be at risk? My daughter (who lives with me at 20!) is a care worker in a residential home, so will be offered it. What are the risks of me catching Covid-19 if she has the vaccine?
Can anyone offer any answers or direction.
Thanks all, I really do find comfort in the information I read on here.
Just thought you would all be interested in this
Self-diagnosed COVID-19 in people with multiple sclerosis: a community-based cohort of the UK MS Register
In the early phases of the UK COVID-19 outbreak, in the absence of clear evidence about the risks for people with multiple sclerosis (pwMS) and those taking immunomodulatory disease-modifying therapies (DMT), we launched a...
As if we haven't got enough to cope with...the government whO are still trying to claw back money are hitting us disabled people again!
They did a U turn on the tax credit, so think it's a case of 'let's hit the disabled mob again'
Think it's disgraceful
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