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Clear link between smoking and MS
The evidence is clearer than ever, smoking can make MS worse.
But the good news is there's support to quit wherever you live.
NICE say no to ocrelizumab for progressive MS
This decision means there's still no treatment for primary progressive MS. We need to speak up for MS together.
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PIP 20 metre rule is failing people with MS
Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is a benefit that's meant to help people with MS.
Here for everyone with MS
We're the MS Society, we're a community of people living with MS, researchers, fundraisers, campaigners and volunteers.
We know together we're strong enough to stop MS. And we're working hard to make it happen.
Watch our video to find out more. This version has audio description.
Newly diagnosed with MS?
Read about what happens next and how we can support you every step of the way.
Caring for someone with MS?
There's lots of support available to help you look after yourself and the person you care about.
Living with MS?
Life doesn't stop with MS.
Watch exercises to help you manage your symptoms, and find tips on eating well and getting around.
Find support near me
From support groups to information events, there's lots of ways to connect with people who understand what life's like with MS.
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