"I believe the MS Society will find a cure for future generations"
My grandfather had multiple sclerosis and three out of his nine grandchildren also developed MS, including me. When I was first diagnosed with MS I found it difficult to carry on with my life as normal and lost my sense of self.
The MS Society changed that and provided me with the opportunity to get involved with my local branch, making a difference through fundraising and writing newsletters - this has given me a great sense of achievement, something I'd lost.
I'm also incredibly passionate about research into MS. I've heard George Ebers talk about the genetic link and Charles ffrench-Constant talk about research in MS, and believe that a cure wIll be found for future generations of my extended family.
The MS Society does so much more than just fund research, supporting people with MS throughout their lives.
That is why I have left a gift in my will to the MS Society, so that other people will receive the support they need until a cure is found."
Lillian Malcolm, Dundee
I was diagnosed in 1974. Over the years, I’ve had times when I struggled to walk and been really ill, and fatigue is a big problem these days, but generally I’ve been lucky. Health matters. When I’m gone, I want to help the MS Society do something for all those less fortunate than mePixie Adams, Shropshire
To find out more or for your free brochure:
Call Diane on 020 8438 0845
If you live in Scotland, call Hazel on 0131 355 4071