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Newly diagnosed

Being diagnosed with MS can feel overwhelming. The first thing to remember is there's a whole community of people here to help.

Whether you're looking for someone to talk to, information on what happens next or how to tell people about your MS, we're here for you.

First questions about MS

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Our support network

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Give us a ring

Our friendly MS Helpline know what life's like with MS. They're ready to listen to how you feel now and help you find out what you can do next.
Find out more about the MS Helpline
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Chat online

The MS Forum's a welcoming space for you to ask advice, share experiences and find support from like minded members who are there for you.
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Get social

Talk to us and reach out to the MS community on Facebook or Twitter.

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Questions to ask your neurologist

Sometimes it's hard to remember everything you want to ask your health care professional.
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MS Active Together

Watch work out videos from a personal trainer who knows MS or practice Pilates with our trained instructors.

Whatever your level of activity or symptoms we've got videos to suit you.

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The next research breakthrough is in reach

Your donation will help stop MS.

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£10could buy vital lab supplies for MS researchers, helping them find ways to stop MS faster

£20could pay for lab equipment like petri dishes to grow bacteria important for studying the genetics of MS

£30could process one blood sample, giving us crucial information about genes that could lead to treatment breakthroughs

Every penny you give really does take us a step closer to stopping MS. Your donation will make a difference.

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£10a month could pay for lab equipment like microscope slides to study the building blocks of MS

£20a month could pay for lab equipment like petri dishes to grow bacteria important for studying genetics

£30a month could process a blood sample to help us understand what causes MS, so we can stop it in its tracks

Your regular donation means we can keep funding world class MS research with confidence. Together we will stop MS.

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