"The more we talk about MS, the more others understand"
There are around 130,000 people living with MS in the UK, each with a different story to tell. Here, in their own words, people with MS share their experiences.
"MS has made me look at my life and think about what's important"
Watch our film to hear the experiences of BBC journalist Caroline Wyatt.
Roxy's journey to diagnosis
16 May 2022
Roxy talks about her MS journey and the importance of sharing her own experiences to ensure that others don’t face the same challenges when receiving a diagnosis.
Lis' MS journey: one woman and her bike
4 May 2022
In May 2022, Lis will be heading off on her 5,000 mile cycling challenge. She shares how the idea came about and discusses why the support of the MS Trust was invaluable following a multiple sclerosis diagnosis.
What is Multiple Sclerosis?
25 April 2022
MS is a condition affecting the central nervous system. In this podcast episode, Simon from our information team gives a MS 101 lesson, covering topics such as how MS is diagnosed, who gets MS, and much more. We also chat to Hugh Nibloe, a Wheelchair Curling Paralympian who lives with MS.
How an MS diagnosis bought siblings Patsy and Connor closer together
Siblings Patsy and Connor talk about Patsy's diagnosis with MS at the age of 14 and why Connor is taking part in the Great North Run in support of the MS Trust.
Exercise and MS webinar
This MS and exercise webinar hears from health professionals and people living with MS, about the positive role that exercise can play in life with MS. It includes useful tips on how to stay as active as possible, at a level that suits you.
Fatigue and MS webinar
In this webinar we discuss with experts how fatigue is best managed in everyday life. We will also hear from people with MS to find out how fatigue affects them, including Wheelchair Curling Paralympian, Hugh Nibloe.