We can’t quite believe it, but we are celebrating our 100th issue of New Pathways!
That’s right…100 issues of our magazine have been lovingly written, edited and published for people affected by multiple sclerosis.
Of course, this issue is packed full of all the latest MS news plus our usual features such as Cook’s Report and we catch up with Stephanie Millward post-Rio.
You can read about the history of New Pathways right from the beginning in an exclusive article from founding editor Judy Graham, and discover how it all started 16 years ago.
Don’t forget, you can subscribe online to receive the magazine, or just search for ‘My MS-UK’ in your app store to start reading the digital version right away.
So, the latest issue of New Pathways has now landed, and it is an exciting one!
We have stories from Rio Paralympic Gold medallists Stephanie Millward and Kadeena Cox, a bumper section of news and research from ECTRIMS, plus articles all about pain management, an interview with Billy Talent drummer Aaron and sailing challenges in Turkey!
Our digital edition is also packed with videos and interactive content too – for a sneak peak, check out this video of Sardines Dance Collective performing at MS Life!
You can read the magazine instantly on your phone or tablet just by downloading the My MS-UK app, or subscribe for the paper or audio version via the MS-UK website.
However you read New Pathways, do send us your feedback and suggestions, and don’t forget to send your letters in too!
For a while now, we have been working on a secret project at MS-UK, and I’m so excited to finally spill the beans today… New Pathways magazine is now digital!
That’s right, you can now read the only bi-monthly multiple sclerosis magazine on your smartphone or tablet, anytime, anywhere! Our app, ‘My MS-UK’, is simple and easy to use, and it means you can read articles from New Pathways on the go, and purchase back issues. The app also includes a quick link through the to the MS-UK website.
Get this issue of New Pathways free!
To celebrate the launch of our digital version of New Pathways, for this issue only everyone can read the magazine for free just by downloading our brand new app. Simply search for ‘My MS-UK’ on your app store, and get reading!
The latest issue of New Pathways is packed full of our usual MS research and news, plus you can find out all about the MS Register, Blue Badge Style, if Inclined Bed therapy worked for Ian Cook and how Josephs Court helped Yvonne Harris.
Don’t worry, we still have our printed magazine, and you can subscribe to receive this on our website any time. If you’d like to move from printed magazine to digital magazine, just give us a call on 01206 226500 and we’ll move you over to the app.
I really hope you enjoy this free issue, and if you like what you see, you can subscribe to receive the next six issues for just £14.99.
Now, time to get ‘appy…
Editor, New Pathways, MS-UK
Sometimes, when you’re putting a magazine together, you stumble across something so new no one is talking about it yet.
Occasionally, you’re so lucky you stumble across four of them.
Which, I won’t deny, has made me a bit giddy with excitement.
But then, that’s what’s so great about New Pathways – we cover anything and everything.
Like T20K for example – a drug so new it’s not even been given a brand name yet.
No one is calling it a cure, but initial tests and studies are looking really promising, and there’s a fascinating back story to the discovery.
You see, a bunch of…
…no no, you’ll have to read it in the magazine.
Then there’s Sesame Enable, which can make a smartphone hands free for people who struggle to use their hands.
The idea came about when…
…oops, almost did it again. Nope, you’ll have to get a copy of the new issue.
And did I mention that I got to have a go on a range of Mountain Trikes?
Honestly, they are so much fun. I was…
…you’d think one of us would have learnt by now, wouldn’t you?
Yup, off you go to the new issue.
When you get there, you’ll of course find all the latest news, an announcement from Stephanie Millward and what I’m intolerant to.
That last one might shock you, because it’s not cats who sit on your keyboard when you’re writing a blog. And that was my first guess.
Anyhoo, do go read and enjoy the latest issue of New Pathways. With a cup of tea, maybe?
And a biccie?