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More evidence about the role of EBV infection in the development of MS
At the moment, we don’t know for sure why people develop MS. But we're following research that takes us closer to understanding this.
A study from researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health provides more evidence to suggest Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) infection plays a role in the development of MS.
What did we do together in 2021?
We want to say thank you to you, our amazing community.
Last year was a challenging one. But we've achieved so much thanks to your support. From fundraising to campaigning, join us and Scott Mills as we look back on 2021.
MS and COVID-19: New treatments available
This month the government announced that people with MS in the UK would be eligible for one of two new treatments if they catch COVID-19 - molnupiravir and Ronapreve.
Since then, another treatment has been recommended by the NHS - sotrovimab.
NICE says an initial ‘no’ to fampridine (Fampyra)
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has decided not to recommend fampridine (Fampyra) for use on the NHS in England.
We need to change their minds. Find out how you can get involved.
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.
What does 2022 hold for you?
Whether your plans include marathons, gentle chair exercises, new hobbies or taking one day at a time, we’re still here for you. Every step of the way.
This month, we’ll remind you about the support we offer everyone living with and affected by MS. Hear how our amazing MS Helpline team and local support services can help you, wherever you are in the UK.
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.