Multiple sclerosis patients Wong Mei-kwan (left) and Lee Po-kei are among some 500 people in the city to have been diagnosed with the neurological disease. Photo: Handout Multiple sclerosis patients Wong Mei-kwan (left) and Lee Po-kei are among some 500 people in the city to have been diagnosed with the neurological disease. Photo: Handout
Multiple sclerosis patients Wong Mei-kwan (left) and Lee Po-kei are among some 500 people in the city to have been diagnosed with the neurological disease. Photo: Handout

Multiple sclerosis support urged after Hong Kong survey reveals nearly 30 per cent of patients thought about suicide

Findings also show 9.4 per cent of those afflicted with the incurable neurological disease had tried to kill themselves in the past

Multiple sclerosis patients Wong Mei-kwan (left) and Lee Po-kei are among some 500 people in the city to have been diagnosed with the neurological disease. Photo: Handout Multiple sclerosis patients Wong Mei-kwan (left) and Lee Po-kei are among some 500 people in the city to have been diagnosed with the neurological disease. Photo: Handout
Multiple sclerosis patients Wong Mei-kwan (left) and Lee Po-kei are among some 500 people in the city to have been diagnosed with the neurological disease. Photo: Handout
READ FULL ARTICLE