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Latest MS news
Time to chat?
We're here for you. Whether you're worried about coming out of lockdown, want to swap tips, or just fancy a moan and a laugh with people who know MS. Join a virtual Time to Chat session and meet people across the UK.
Latest updates on shielding, coronavirus and MS
Our MS Society medical advisers give their views on changes to shielding advice across the UK.
Siponimod initially rejected for secondary progressive MS
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) decided not to recommend siponimod for people with secondary progressive MS. Will you help to show them what that means for our community?
MS technology could have potential for COVID-19
New technology to monitor MS treatments could have potential for COVID-19 antibody tests.
MS Walk goes virtual
Walk, roll or stroll to stop MS. From a socially distant walk around your park, to circuits of your garden or living room, take a virtual MS walk to stop MS.
New MS fatigue management course
We've launched a free online course to help people find ways to manage their MS fatigue. It's full of practical tips and strategies developed by Bournemouth University and people with MS.
Our Treatment Stories
Find support near you
We can't meet face-to-face right now. But there's still lots of ways to connect with people near you who understand what life's like with MS.
Together we can stop MS
Today MS affects thousands of lives across the UK.
But we've got a plan to change that. Will you help?