We are currently experiencing some technical issues with our inbound and outbound telephone lines which means that some patients may not be able to get through to our teams.  We are investigating this issue as a priority with our telephony provider.  During this time, we would ask that if patients need to contact us with an urgent enquiry, they use our contact form until we have resolved this issue. https://www.sciensus.com/help/help-and-support/#patient-contact


Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a potentially disabling disease of the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system)

The substance ‘myelin’ protects the nerve fibres in the central nervous system, which helps messages travel quickly and smoothly between the brain and the rest of the body. In MS, your immune system, which normally helps to fight off infections, mistakes myelin for a foreign body and attacks it. This damages the myelin and strips it of the nerve fibres, either slightly or completely, leaving scars known as lesions or plaques.  This damage disrupts messages travelling along nerve fibres – they can slow down, become distorted, or not get through at all.

As well as losing the myelin, there can sometimes be damage to the actual nerve fibres too. It’s this nerve damage that causes the increase in disability that can occur over time*. Sciensus support patients by providing a medication home delivery service. This service means that we would manage your repeat prescriptions and dispense and deliver your medication to your home within a pre-arranged date / time with yourself.  To access this service, a referral from your hospital is required.

Multiple Sclerosis

We have supported MS patients with their medication home delivery service for over ten years.

These treatments are prescribed for:

  • Relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis including remitting and highly active.
  • Secondary progressive multiple sclerosis with active disease, evidenced by relapses.
  • Improvement of walking

If you feel that this service would benefit you, please discuss with your clinician who prescribes your medication.

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