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There are 100,000 people living with MS in the UK. I can see a future where all of them can access effective medication
'I felt so frustrated at not being believed.'
Nearly one in three people living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) who apply for help through a new disability regime are denied
'I don’t take anything for granted now.'
Every year in the UK, 50,000 women are diagnosed with primary breast cancer. This kind of diagnosis can be devastating enough
I spent a lot of time in the gym when I was teenager. Initially it was more of a social thing, but slowly exercise became a way of life for me. I imagined myself strong and healthy, and assumed I'd always be able to go for runs and lift heavy weights. What I never considered at 16 was that I'd soon be diagnosed with a condition that would force me to rethink exercise entirely.
'My symptoms worsened, as did my depression.'
The introduction of Personal Independence Payment has left thousands living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) without vital care
Imagine you're 28, developing your career, relationships, trying to get on the property ladder and starting to make your way in the world. Then you're diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, the most widespread disabling neurological condition for young people around the world, for which there is currently no cure. That was me in 2008.