Amy was diagnosed with MS when she was just 14 years old. She faced isolation, bullying and despair, but has emerged from her experience stronger, and determined to help the MS Trust make sure no young person ever has to take on MS alone.
As he starts his training, David Martin tells us why he will be cycling from London to Amsterdam with a team of over 40 other MS Trust supporters.
Katie Ellis tells us about how she was inspired to found the Able Label, specialising in adaptive clothing for women.
When Jerry Burnie joined a wheelchair basketball team four years ago, he could never have imagined just how much of a positive difference it would make to his life.
At the 2017 MS Trust health professional conference we caught up with consultant neurologist Martin Duddy and asked him to tell us all about the newest MS drugs on the horizon.
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.
Paralympic champion Kadeena Cox, who was diagnosed with MS in 2014, talks sport, MS and the people who inspire her.
School friends Emma and Marc took on the Descente London Duathlon this September, raising £700 in sponsorship.
Actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler, who was diagnosed with MS aged 20, has been removing some of the stigma around walking sticks by talking on social media about how she uses hers.
This year the MS Trust has been working with city philanthropists The October Club to raise money to pioneer a new role in MS teams: Advanced MS Champions. But how will our new Champions make a difference? We spoke to Lyn, who was diagnosed with MS over 20 years ago.