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New Pathways magazine

Welcome to MS-UK’s magazine for people with MS. We believe it’s completely possible to live life to the full with MS and our readers regularly write in to tell us how they do it!

New Pathways is our bi-monthly magazine. Available in print, audio version, large print and digitally via the My MS-UK app, New Pathways is full of the latest MS news regarding trials, drug development and research as well as competitions, special offers and product reviews.

We also like to share your stories and experiences of living with MS. The magazine offers you the opportunity to reach out to thousands of other people living with MS. If you’re looking for support or even have a question, New Pathways readers will be there to offer their advice, experience and support.

We also know that knowledge is power and in a bid to help you take control of your condition we offer a variety of articles each issue, which address a variety of subjects from exercise and diet, to symptoms and cannabis use to name a few. More importantly, there are no taboo subjects: if the subject is important to you we will explore it.

Ways to read

You can subscribe to receive the printed magazine using the options below. There is also an option to receive an audio CD with your printed version. You can read the digital version of the magazine by searching for My MS-UK in your app store. If you would like to order a plain text Word version of the magazine, please email shop@ms-uk.org

Editor's letter

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Welcome to issue 103 of New Pathways. In this issue, as we approach Carers Week (12 to 18 June) we ask, do you know you’re a carer? It’s anticipated that by 2037, the number of carers in the UK will increase to 9 million. On page 32 we look at why it’s important to recognise you are a carer and the help that is available. 
Plus, do you ever feel daunted by your upcoming neurology appointment? Not really sure what to ask, or how to ask certain questions? Turn to page 12 and discover the nine top tips Julie Webster and Helen Willis, Clinical Nurse Specialists in MS, recommend when it comes to getting the best out of your appointment.  
In addition, we have all the latest news and development in the world of MS, plus a variety of real life stories from you our readers. 
Enjoy reading!

Sarah-Jane

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