Breakthrough trial for people living with MS has begun in London

A 70 year old from Bromley has become the first patient to join a new research programme, looking for new treatments for Multiple Sclerosis. Carol Allen will take part in the ChariotMS study at the Royal London Hospital – the first clinical trial to focus on people with the autoimmune disease who can’t walk. We heard from Carol and one of those leading the project.

Tanya Francis 10th August 2021

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