Real people share their own unique experiences of living with MS: the ups, the downs and everything in between.
18 February 2019
When Laura Goodall was diagnosed with MS in 2015, she thought her showjumping days might be over. But, four years later, Laura is back competing across the country and has recently been accepted onto the British Showjumping Para team.
12 February 2019
L'hermitte's Sign can hit you at any moment, usually when you're least expecting it - Here our guestblogger Emily explains what it is like living with this MS symptom
05 February 2019
When Martin Baum first learned Coronation Street was to introduce an MS storyline, his immediate reaction was one of "wariness tinged with optimism". Here he gives his verdict on how MS has been represented by the soaps over the years.
04 February 2019
As BBC defence correspondent, Caroline Wyatt was used to being a stone’s throw from some of the world’s most dangerous war zones. But nothing could have prepared her for the daily battle that is MS. Here, Caroline tells us about adapting to life with MS, her experience of stem cell treatment, and her hopes for the future.
04 February 2019
Back in November, MS Trust supporter Trish Deykin was awarded The Times Helen Rollason Award for Inspiration in recognition of her amazing achievements in the triathlon. Here, Trish tells us about her journey with MS, how staying active has helped her deal with the condition and why she’s determined not to let MS stop her following her dreams.
30 January 2019
Lucy Phillips was diagnosed with relapsing remitting MS in 2016 – just three months before her wedding day. Here, Lucy talks dealing with loneliness, finding support, and staying positive.