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Cost of living crisis is an emergency for people living with MS
The cost of living crisis means people with MS are going without everyday essentials such as food, transport and medication.
Hear from Yolanda and find out what we're asking of the UK Government.
Meet our new Chair of Trustees
Professor Sir Paul Curran has been appointed as our new Chair of Trustees. He joins us in July with extensive Board experience and a personal connection to MS.
SMS Battles raises thousands of pounds for our Stop MS Appeal
Stars attending the event included Game of Thrones’ on and off-screen couple Kit Harington and Rose Leslie. They were joined by Fantastic Four actor Ioan Gruffudd and his partner, Australian actress, Bianca Wallace.
So far, it's raised an incredible £242,440 for our Stop MS Appeal!
New eligibility criteria for siponimod (Mayzent) for MS on the NHS in England
Criteria for prescribing siponimod (Mayzent) for MS on the NHS in England have changed.
We look at the reasons why, and what that means for our community.
Behind the headlines on EBV
A new immunotherapy treatment in a trial for progressive MS hit the headlines recently.
News reports say it could reverse or stabilise the progression of MS by targeting the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). We looked behind the headlines to find out more.
Comedian Ivo Graham announced as our new Ambassador
We’re delighted to announce stand-up comedian Ivo Graham as our new MS Society Ambassador.
He’s supported us for a number of years as his mum Emma lives with MS.
£1 million to new MS research
We’ve committed to raise just over £1.1 million for 9 new research projects. This sees the return of our grant round after a pause due to COVID-19.
Catch up with our community bloggers
Our bloggers know what it's like to live with MS.
From coming out of lockdown, to poetry, HSCT, football and the MS hug. Whatever you're going through, they're here to reassure you you're not alone and offer their tips on coping.
Find support near you
Our local groups are starting to meet face-to-face again. We've made sure any activities can happen in a COVID-safe way. Each group will go at their own pace, and you'll still find lots happening online. From coffee mornings to online yoga classes – put in your postcode to find out what's near you.