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Getting life-changing MS treatment often depends on where you live or how helpful your healthcare professional is.     Share our infographic and help us stop the MS treatments lottery     #mslottery

Getting life-changing MS treatment often depends on where you live or how helpful your healthcare professional is. Share our infographic and help us stop the MS treatments lottery

In our 60th year we have undertaken a survey to better understand the needs and unmet needs of people with MS. The results of this research articulate the scale of variation people with MS are facing across the UK.

In our year we have undertaken a survey to better understand the needs and unmet needs of people with MS. The results of this research articulate the scale of variation people with MS are facing across the UK.

People with MS under the greatest financial pressure are the most in need of care and support, but the least likely to receive it.     Share our infographic and help stop the social care lottery.

People with MS under the greatest financial pressure are the most in need of care and support, but the least likely to receive it. Share our infographic and help stop the social care lottery.

People with MS under the greatest financial pressure are the most in need of care and support, but the least likely to receive it.     Share our infographic and help stop the social care lottery.

People with MS under the greatest financial pressure are the most in need of care and support, but the least likely to receive it. Share our infographic and help stop the social care lottery.

James West has access to a team of MS professionals, all of whom have played an invaluable role in helping him to manage his MS on a day to day basis.     Donna Holmes discusses how difficult it was to manage her MS after she lost access to an MS nurse.

James West has access to a team of MS professionals, all of whom have played an invaluable role in helping him to manage his MS on a day to day basis. Donna Holmes discusses how difficult it was to manage her MS after she lost access to an MS nurse.

“To deny somebody something that could improve the quality of their life both today and in the future is simply wrong.”     In our next film, we find out about two very different experiences of accessing life-changing MS treatments.        Want to help us stop the MS Lottery?     Join our campaign now...

“To deny somebody something that could improve the quality of their life both today and in the future is simply wrong.” In our next film, we find out about two very different experiences of accessing life-changing MS treatments. Want to help us stop the MS Lottery? Join our campaign now...

Harriet Connides receives DLA to help her work and taking her daughter to school. Nicky and David Begley were incorrectly refused DLA twice, and tell us about their struggle to maintain a dignified life in the face of a system that discriminated against them.

Harriet Connides receives DLA to help her work and taking her daughter to school. Nicky and David Begley were incorrectly refused DLA twice, and tell us abou.

People with MS face a lottery of care and services. Help us stop the #mslottery in MS Week

People with MS face a lottery of care and services. Help us stop the in MS Week


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