Whether you’re a star baker, an expert faker or somewhere in between, you can take a Cake Break your way to support people living with MS:

Organise a bake off with your work mates, decorate cookies with the kids or invite your friends over for cake and a cuppa.

We want better access to the Blue Badge! The Government wants to review the way decisions are made on who is eligible for the Blue Badge. It’s really important people with MS add their voice!

Please complete our survey and help shape our response to the Government’s review. Please share!

MS Society survey on the Blue Badge scheme.
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David Mather
· January 20, 2018
The MS Society provide a vital resource for those who are affected by the condition. Far from being negative, it is realistic and pragmatic - the condition is unique to each person who has it and it i...mpact varies greatly. Some of us who live with MS are more fortunate than others and, ultimately, we all respond differently. The MS Society do their best to reflect this. See More
Laurian Snowden
· January 30, 2018
Please all watch , It helps those with MS, great hope for all.
Look up The healing miracle on you tube talking about stem cells and MS and how they have helped sufferers by having their own cells har...vested and reinjected. See More
Lyndsey Coleman
· January 3, 2018
Takes the woe is me approach and negative side to all things MS and benefit related. Rather than focusing on what we can do, shouts about what we can’t do.
Ian Hales
· January 4, 2018
Fantastic point of reference for keeping up to date with all the latest MS news and research. Ive used it for years - since my diagnosis. From Deborah Hales
Rachel Johnson
· February 15, 2018
This page focuses too much on the benefit support side of MS rather than focusing on what help is available for those who are still in work to stay that way!
Nick Davies
· August 26, 2016
It’s easy to let MS get you down (I have PP MS). Not surprising at all – you can’t do what you used to do. But forget the immobility issues and use the internet to help you. It’s free, and can be acce...ssed when it suits your body. I discovered this by pure chance. I started posting photos of my suppers to my personal Facebook page about 2 years ago. I didn’t do this often, but when I did, lots of my friends liked them. When I asked them why, they said they found them ‘inspirational’. So I started a dedicated page, called My Easy Suppers. A little over a year later, I have 13,300+ fans, increasing by about 1,000 a month, who love what I do. Wow! My point is that if you have an interest or hobby, you could do the same. It certainly beats being pissed off by having MS! See More
Neil Slater
· November 16, 2017
It’s fantastic the support you receive. I’ve just seen a trailer for a TV program next week about an MS sufferer, it really depressed me.....I’m 44 and still working full time.....I guess I just reall...y need to hear positive stories...... See More
Andrew Hopkins
· December 14, 2017
An organisation that proports to help MS sufferers but when you ask them for help the plead poverty all the while funding non-jobs.
Steph Billinge
· July 2, 2015
Hi all.I was diagnosed 2 weeks ago with MS. Absolutely terrifying time, no idea, no information or help just given the news and sent home. Drs are confident that this is RRMS. Still a way to go to u...nderstand it all. So lucky to have an amazing circle, wonderful friends and family. I did the great Manchester run in may for my friend who has ppms. Little did I know all my training I had MS, it won't beat me, define me it may challenge me... I hope its ready for me!!! Cannot wait to build me strength and get my trainers back on and RUN! See More
Louise Wilson
· February 8, 2016
Was just out for the First time on My Mobility Scooter. Was given a grant from the MS Society. I'm truly grateful and appreciate it so much. Given me some much needed independence back. Can't wait for... the sun to shine and be able to take my daughter to the swing park. The simple Things thank you all so much. See More
Janet Hunter
· May 30, 2016
I was lucky enough when diagnosed to go along to a local MS society and obtain some advice from a lovely helper there . I was in need of answers and got them so for that I am truly grateful . On the d...own side it has now been closed and moved elsewhere and I can see why as there was very little uptake in the classes. It might have been better being open at night for a social gathering x See More
Ian Stretch
· January 1, 2018
This is not a Charity. It's a Racket. Paid into by Mugs.
Terry Ryder
· December 14, 2016
It's really easy to feel that a diagnosis is the end of the world, but pages like this just show that it isn't the case. It's a fantastic resource- I was officially diagnosed earlier this year, this p...age and the website helped me make sense of my diagnosis and helped my choices in regards to DMDs. See More
Paul Johnson
· January 14, 2018
Useful site what more can I say seems I need to use 50 letters
James Afanasow
· January 23, 2016
I was diagnosed 6 weeks ago by a neurologist in Ystrad Mynach south Wales. finding it hard to come to terms with it as my dad also has MS he was diagnosed about 8 years ago I never thort it would hap...pen to me. I'm a 28 year old electrician with two young kids and my thoughts are full of what ifs. I'm currently waiting to see the ms specialist See More
Susan Wilber
· December 9, 2017
They are working hard to find a cure. They need everyone to help raise money to continue their good work.
Julie Owen
· September 20, 2015
This society is my lifeline! Unfortunately I live on a tiny village in mid Wales Gwynedd and there is no support for me at all unless I travel nearly 3hrs to the nearest neurology department in Bango...r hospital :/ without the help and advice on here I wouldn't know anything. It stops me from thinking I'm not going crazy! When certain things crop up with my ms. I've had it 25yrs now and still fighting thanks to the ms helpline :) xxxx See More
Abby Wilson
· July 1, 2015
My dad has had MS for as long as I can remember. He is now in a wheelchair full time & struggles to transfer. He has had so much support from different groups & yourselves to make his life easier, it'...s amazing. In a few days I'm going my first ever run, the Color run. I've been trying to get fit for a while, lost nearly 3 stone, & even though it's not timed I'm going to run the whole of it to challenge myself! If anyone would like to read more about my dads story & sponsor/donate towards the MS Society UK, I would be so happy. See More
Claire Bruce
· February 22, 2016
I went to Poland a few months ago to have some treatment that we don't /won't do in Britain, I have been an ms sufferer for 16years, the difference is truly amazing, I got my eyesight back straight aw...ay and got the feeling back in my feet and hands, I'm now looking forward to a future, were before I just wanted to call it a day! why is this country so far behind!? See More
Rach Dawson
· August 3, 2016
I was diagnosed over 6 months ago with MS and had been suffering symptoms since I was 14. I'm now coming upto 21 and it has all been a terrible experience I never thought it would happen to me. Everyt...hing is still so fairly new but making so much sense after all the health issues I had before this diagnosis. Now and then I look on the MS Society website to look up all the latest. I know now that I am NOT alone and there is help out there✌️. See More

Do you have a spare a few hours a week? If you do, we have a fantastic opportunity to volunteer with us and join our Helpline team. You’ll learn new skills, meet new people and receive full training as you help us provide emotional support and information to those affected by MS. Interested? Get in touch:

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Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms of MS. Exercise can help reduce fatigue over time. Neurophysiotherapist Rachel shared with us a few simple exercises you can do at home.

If you're finding these exercises helpful, have a look at our other symptom exercises:

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Cake Break is a fun, easy way to bring people together and support the MS community. Check out our tasty tips for a delicious Cake Break:

Bake homemade goodies, or pop to the supermarket for ready-made treats to share.

We’d like to share a very moving story that aired yesterday on
The One Show: Colin was considering ending his life – but then a stranger called Rona came along. Two amazing people living with MS! Watch their story – forward to 36:00min:

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Happy Valentine's Day! On this day of love, we'de like to share some honest sex and intimacy advice from the MS community. 💖💝

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We have brilliant news from Scotland! Cladribine has been approved for use by the NHS in Scotland. Great – and about time too! Here’s our info on cladribine:

Cladribine is currently available on the NHS to people in England and Wales. It's also been approved for use on the NHS in Scotland.

Research shows exercise can help manage MS symptoms. We've worked with a neurophysiotherapist and a Pilates instructor to create a series of videos tailored to common MS symptoms: balance, fatigue, muscle spasms, memory and thinking and bladder. Have a look - the exercises are accessible, easy to follow and can be done at home:

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Deciding to leave work can be very difficult. For some people with MS, it is made even harder because they don’t get the support they need. Our new report looks at the issues:

We want the government to improve support to help people with MS stay in work while they can and leave work well when they need to!

For some people with MS, the difficult decision to leave work is being made harder by a lack of support, according to our new research.

This March, get together with loved ones to hold a Cake Break - a fun, easy way to raise dough. You can bake homemade goodies, or pop to the supermarket for ready-made treats to share. Sign up today to bake a real difference to MS community:

Bake or buy your treats, share with your friends, family and colleagues, and take time out to remember the people who matter most to you.

Brilliant research news! Our researchers at the MS Society Edinburgh Centre have found a key molecule in the brain important for repairing myelin damage. This could lead to the development of new treatments:

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It’s been 100 years since some women got the right to vote! In honour of the amazing women that were part of the Suffrage movement, we’d like to celebrate women who are making a difference for the MS community! Here are just a few examples:

Do you know any women that inspire you? Tag them!

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A good night’s sleep is important. But pain and muscle spasms can be too severe. For some people with MS, there’s just no treatment – so they feel driven to use illegal forms of cannabis.

Cannabis needs to be legalised for medicinal use! Help people with MS and tweet or email your MP:


You might have seen reports that testosterone plays a role in protecting men against MS. We've looked behind the headlines - here are all the details:

Recent media reports suggest testosterone plays a role in protecting men against MS. We look behind the headlines to see what the study actually showed. Almost three times as many women as men are a