India, May 28 -- The King's Doctoral Training Centre has recruited three PhD students to investigate how to best manage Multiple Sclerosis (MS) symptoms without using drugs.

Treatments for MS are essential to helping people live well with the condition. Drug treatments are available for some people with MS to help reduce relapses and slow down progression. Some treatments can also help with the symptoms of MS, but these can have side effects and they don't work for everyone.

The new King's Doctoral Training Centre at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) has recruited three PhD students to develop and test digital health interventions for MS. These interventions will aim to treat symptoms including pain, sexual ...