Louise, from Gourock in Scotland, was diagnosed with relapsing remitting MS at 48. Over many years of fundraising for the MS Society, she’s raised nearly £30,000. She tells us how it all started and why she keeps going.
MS changed my life. Of course it did. But my story’s not quite what you’d think. In 2005, I was a medical professor and NHS consultant, running a successful research group. In my spare time, I played in a ceilidh band.
Our Carols by Candlelight concert is happening on Thursday 15 December to help raise funds for vital research. We spoke to one of our Stop MS Pioneers, Jacqueline Krarup, to hear about her experience at last year’s concert.
Jane Gentleman lives with relapsing remitting MS and co-owns Selkirk Distillers in the Scottish Borders. She tells us how their 1953 MS Society Gin was made and why it's relaunching in time for Christmas.
Linnetta was diagnosed with relapsing remitting MS in 2007 and she’s one of the longest-running participants in the UK MS Register. We spoke to Linnetta about her experiences and the importance of our Stop MS Appeal.