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Together we will be there for everyone with MS

As the COVID-19 vaccination is under way, we're here to answer questions and provide up-to-date information. Read on for updates, inspiring stories from our community, and useful tips.  

Washing hands

More people in England advised to shield until end of March

Many of you asked us about the latest government announcement that 1.7 million people will be added to the shielded patient list and moved up to vaccine priority group 4. We took a closer look at what this might mean for people with MS.

> Read our information on new shielding advice

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Tips for communicating with your partner

"Love can be beautiful, but it can also be hard at times - especially when you're trying to explain something that is potentially invisible or difficult to talk about. MS doesn't always make things easy."

For Valentine's Day, our blogger Noor shared her top tips on how to communicate your needs to your partner when living with MS.

Read Noor's top tips on communication

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My experience of MS and Deafness

Julie's husband Matthew was born profoundly Deaf and communicates by British Sign Language – BSL. Growing up, he experienced fatigue and loss of sensation amongst other problems. Julie shares the challenges they have faced, and how Matthew has managed to stay positive.

> Read Julie's blog

Donate today

We’ve never been closer to stopping MS than we are today.

Your donation will help fund vital research projects and promising clinical trials to stop MS in its tracks.

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MS research

Meet the neurologist who won’t stop until she has the answers

For International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we’re met some of the brilliant women from the BartsMS research group at Queen Mary University London.

Dr Sharmilee Gnanapavan is a neurologist who specialises in finding new ways of identifying MS progression.

> Read our interview with Dr Sharmilee Gnanapavann
The Big Leap

The Big Leap - World MS Day

Are you brave enough to take the leap of a lifetime at our exclusive Big Leap day on Sunday 30 May 2021?

Whatever your reason - celebrating a significant birthday, ticking it off your bucket list, getting an adrenaline rush, join our team and help us raise vital funds to stop MS!

Sign up to the Big Leap

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Tips for emotional wellbeing

Living with MS can bring about many changes to emotional and mental health, in addition to physical symptoms. You might be feeling anxious, scared, frightened or angry.

Our Support and Wellbeing Facilitator Barbara shares some top tips on how to look after yourself.

Read Barbara's wellbeing tips


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