It's MS Awareness Week, and we're raising funds for research so that we can Kiss Goodbye to MS: [ Mssoc.uk Link ]
Over 100,000 of us in the UK have MS. It’s unpredictable, and different for everyone. Karen was diagnosed when she was 24. Watch her story to find out how research, her MS Nurse and treatment has had an impact on her life.
“I never thought in a million years that I would be one of the hundreds of people who are diagnosed with MS. Obviously the news came as a shock, but I am trying to turn this into a positive by doing what I can to help raise awareness. By taking part in #kissgoodbyetoms I feel I am at least doing my bit. And in doing so, hope to get that little bit more healthy by kissing goodbye to unhealthy... View details ⇨
Meet the team behind your digital and content as we embark on our very own Kiss Goodbye to MS challenge. This Easter, we'll be pressing pause on all technology. Find out how we're limbering up for the challenge.
It’s National Gardening Week! Many people with MS have told us that gardening helps them to relax and reduces stress. If the warm weather inspires you, read our gardening tips. Don’t have a garden? Visit one – we’re now a National Gardens Scheme charity!
Could you give up your favourite luxury or worst habit to raise money for MS research? If you sign-up, don’t forget to share your photos with us! Have a look at our lovely GIF for more details or find out more here: [ Mssoc.uk Link ]
This May, we want you to Kiss Goodbye to MS! Give up your favourite luxury or worst habit and help us raise vital funds for MS research. Give heels the boot or scrap the snacks: you decide, and you set the time – a day, week or month. Find out more: [ Mssoc.uk Link ]
This evening, join us for our live webinar discussing HSCT. Whether you’re considering the treatment or simply want to know how it works, this is your chance to ask questions to a recent patient and an HSCT expert. Sign up: [ Crowdcast.io Link ]
Last night BBC2 explored HSCT (stem cell) treatment and MS in the series ‘Incredible Medicine’. If you want to know more about the treatment join us for our live webinar! Your chance to ask questions to leading HSCT expert featured in the programme, Prof. Basil Sharrack, and someone who has undergone the treatment.