Myelodysplastic Syndromes (MDS) Videos
Learn more about how to live with MDS by watching patients describing their experience of coping with the condition, and talking about transfusions and treatments.
You can also watch interviews with members of the clinical staff at the MDS Centre of Excellence King’s College Hospital in London. Prof. Ghulam Mufti, Haematology Consultant, and Janet Hayden, Myeloid Clinical Nurse Specialist explain what MDS is, its causes and treatment and how to deal with MDS symptoms.
Russell Cook, Myelodysplastic Syndrome patient tells us about the stem cell transplant experience that saved his life. He is unusual, as he received three transplants – two from an unrelated donor – which failed – followed by a stem cell donation from his son 15 year old son Luke – which finally worked. Read MoreWatch the video
Evie McClean is an incredibly talented young person who started a YouTube Channel in March 2016, telling the world about her life and her favorite things. Evie is a member of the MDS UK Patient Support Group and in her lively video clips she illustrates how wonderfully she and her family have learned to live with MDS. […]Watch the video
Life Beyond Limits – Full HD Spanish English subtitles from GEPAC on Vimeo. This video was made to mark the first MDS World Awareness Day – on 25th October 2012 – and to illustrate the Life Beyond Limits campaign already run in several countries. This campaign highlights the fact that all MDS patients deserve to […]Watch the video
In this video Prof Mufti gives a detailed explanation of MDS, discusses causes, progression, diagnosis and treatment of MDS. He also talks about the challenge of managing MDS and how awareness of the condition has improved – but more still needs to be done. Professor Ghulam Mufti – Head of the department of Haematology at King’s […]Watch the video
Janet Hayden talks about newly diagnosed MDS patients, symptoms of MDS, difficulty in managing the condition, drug treatments, and challenges faced by clinical staff – as well as awareness of MDS. Janet Hayden is a Myeloid CNS and works with Professor Ghulam Mufti at King’s. She specialises in Myeloid conditions. King’s is privileged to have […]Watch the video