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MS research highlights from ECTRIMS
Last week, the MS research community came together virtually for ECTRIMS – the largest annual international conference on the basic and clinical science of MS.
Our research team went along to listen - read a few of our highlights.
We've called on the government to act for #NeurologyNow
More than 8,000 people have signed our open letter calling for UK governments to act now to address the urgent needs in neurology services.
On Tuesday 26 of October, we delivered your letter to Westminster. And we'll deliver letters to the Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish governments too.
Black History Month: Proud to be
This year's Black history Month theme is Proud to be and we're Proud to be celebrating it for the second time.
We’ve invited people in our community to reflect on why they’re proud of who they are, their history and the people who inspire them. And we'd love to hear from you!
COVID-19 booster jabs for people with MS
Across the UK, people with MS who’ve already been fully vaccinated will be offered a COVID-19 booster jab.
The NHS will get in touch to arrange your vaccine appointment, and you might be invited to have the annual flu jab at the same time.
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.
Team Stop MS
We’ve got a plan to stop MS for good, and we need you on our team. Together we need to raise £100 million – and the good news is we're already over halfway there.
Join #TeamStopMS today, and fund life-changing research.
The next research breakthrough is in reach
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.