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We're very excited we're taking part in London Pride for the first time this Saturday. Staff and volunteers will march through London to celebrate the diversity of our community.
NICE has approved ocrelizumab as the first treatment on the NHS for adults with early primary progressive MS.
Move more with MS
It can be hard to stay active when you have MS. But no matter what symptoms you have, moving more can help.
Our MS Helpline is here to talk to you about your options.
Research to stop MS
MS research has never been more exciting. The momentum is building and we won't give up until we've stopped MS for good.
Find out about the discoveries being made by our researchers.
Our Treatment Stories
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.
Find support near you
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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