"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.
Twelve year old Lacey hasn't been able to hug her dad for a year
Before lockdown Lacey visited her dad every other weekend, but Covid restrictions have meant she’s not been able to visit her dad in his care home and give him a hug since March 2020.
"Starting a podcast in lockdown helped us take ownership of the situation"
Comedian, Jeanette and Poet, Lytisha, talk about how creating their own podcast, about life with MS, led to lots of laughs, feelings of empowerment and a sense of community during lockdown.
How I coped being pregnant and diagnosed with MS during lockdown
We chatted to Jadie Codd, who finally received her diagnosis of MS following years of symptoms, on how she dealt with this, two young children and being pregnant with her third child during a pandemic.
Could you be an MSTV reporter?
We are looking for young people with a connection to MS to join our team of MSTV reporters.
MS, my mental health and a university degree
Scarlet talks about how she learnt to manage her MS and mental health alongside the stresses of completing a university degree.
My search for MS support while studying for a PhD
Laura is studying a PhD in Cancer Genomics and was diagnosed with MS in September 2020 following multiple hospital admissions. Here, Laura talks about how this affected her mental health and what more could be done to support other students going through the same thing.