Life with MS
Real people share their own unique experiences of living with MS: the good, the bad and everything in between
Drugs and treatment stories
People with MS different experiences of MS drugs and treatments, from DMDs to alternative therapies
Newly diagnosed stories
Childhood MS stories
Children and young people share their experiences of living with MS and the challenges it brings
Read our latest personal stories
"I might have MS but MS doesn't have me"
Larissa Thomas was diagnosed with MS in July last year. Here she talks tattoos, smiling through the pain and why she’s determined to make the best of things.Read more
Kadeena Cox: "MS doesn't put a full stop after your name"
Paralympic champion Kadeena Cox, who was diagnosed with MS in 2014, talks sport, MS and the people who inspire her.Read more
School friends reunited to raise funds for MS
School friends Emma and Marc took on the Descente London Duathlon this September, raising £700 in sponsorship.Read more
"The Advanced MS Champions will be able to connect everything up"
Forward thinking fashion
Many people with MS live by the motto “I may have MS but MS doesn’t have me” and are determined not to let the disease define them. But what if you find that your MS means you don’t feel comfortable in your own clothes any more, and can’t find anything practical you do like? Here we speak to Helen and Hannah Dunk who have launched a new fashion label for women in wheelchairs, and Katie Ellis, founder of adaptive clothing company The Able Label.Read more
“MS is part of me but it’s not my life. My life is much bigger and more fun than that”
When Andre Previte was diagnosed with MS at just 22, he was determined the condition wouldn’t rule his life. Over 30 years later, he continues to live each day with the same positive attitude.Read more