By 2025, we want to be in the final stages of testing treatments for everyone with MS. Treatments that slow or stop disability progression.
We believe £100 million could take us to a future where no one has to worry about their MS getting worse. But we can't do it without your support.
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Imagine waking up to an alarm that your body can't answer. Those are the days I dread.
When the fatigue takes over and multiple sclerosis stops me before the day has even begun.
Facing a lifetime like this, it was hard not to give up.
How your donation will help stop MS
£30 could process one blood sample
£50 could pay for an hour on a microscope
Glyn and Mark's story
Over 15 years, MS changed everything. My active life became a memory. My husband became a carer. But despite all that, I still remain positive.
Right now, our relationship is all we have to fight the difficulties we face. But with research pushing things forward, one day MS will be stopped. And that tomorrow is the reason we can make it through today.
Find out more
What is MS?
What's happening in your body when you have MS?
Read about the science and learn about some of the possible causes of MS.
How we'll stop MS
Research breakthroughs have transformed our understanding of progression.
MS researchers have a three-step plan to stop MS.