World MS Day 2019

Did you Know it’s World MS Day?

For World MS Day 2019 the MS International Federation and its network are focusing its campaign on the invisible symptoms of multiple sclerosis and the unseen impact they can have.

MS Research would like to support World MS Day by encouraging you to share your stories with us through Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #myinvisiblems

By sharing examples of invisible symptoms from across the world, the aim is to raise awareness of these issues and give a voice to those affected. The hope is this campaign will challenge common misconceptions around MS and help people understand how to provide the right kind of support.

The MS International Federation have spoken to people with MS from around the world and asked them to share their #myinvisiblems stories. Click here read more about World MS Day and the MS International Federation.

A Big Thank You

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our amazing supporters, friends and fundraisers who have given us their time and efforts to raise funds for MS Research, we are incredibly appreciative of all the work done for our charity. A big thank you to Zone Digital and Elastic Mint for the invaluable contributions you have made to MS Research.

We can not single out everyone but we wouldn’t be able to continue supporting vitally needed research in to MS without the likes of Vivienne Grand-scrutton, who shaved her head for MS Research, Rupert Elphick, who competed in a grueling half-ironman in Mallorca, and Natalie Blades, who generously asked for donations to MS Research instead of Christmas presents last year. Thank you to everyone who supported us in the last year. From one off donations to those who take the time to share their stories with us your contributions are gratefully received.

Look out for our upcoming newsletter today highlighting what we have achieved in the last year because of your contributions. If you would like to receive our newsletter please contact james.cox@ms-research.org

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