EMSP organises European Parliament debate on real world data
People living with multiple sclerosis (MS) in the European Union could receive timelier access to safer and more efficient therapies. The key is the better exploitation of so-called Real World Evidence (RWE). This was the main conclusion of a European Parliament debate co-organised on 7 March by EMSP and MEP Cristian Bușoi. Read more.
Life is not a fight
Florența Cernescu is 29 years old and she has been diagnosed with both multiple sclerosis and Lyme disease. She will be speaking at EMSP's upcoming 2017 Spring Conference. Read more.
Obituary: Founder of Bulgarian MS Society
The Bulgarian MS Society announced with great regret that the founder and chairperson of their organisation, Tatyana Pencheva-Ivancheva, has passed away on 1 March, aged 64. Read more.
Expanding brain research
The European Brain Council (EBC) organised a lunch debate to mark the Brain Awareness Week and to promote their ‘I Love My Brain’ initiative to a multi-stakeholder audience. Read more.
Ireland: Publications on MS treatment
The MS Society of Ireland has this month released two new publications on MS diagnosis and treatment. Read more.
EPF: Helping patient organisations build national coalitions
The European Patients’ Forum (EPF) has produced a guide for national and regional patient organisations interested in building coalitions. Read more.
Brain, Mind and Pain group: Building the European Pillar for Social Rights
The Brain, Mind and Pain Interest Group in the European Parliament discussed a recent European Commission public consultation. Read more.