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  • Surveys For People Affected By Multiple Sclerosis

    The MS Society, which researches and campaigns for people affected by the neurological disorder multiple sclerosis, has launched two surveys to find out the views of people who have MS and also their families and friends. The surveys, which close on May 31, are aimed at fuelling campaigns for fair, relevant policy and improved healthcare.

  • The MS Society is Hoping to Hear from You

    The Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society sometimes invites people with MS to take part in their surveys, to help them shape their research and policies. If you’re living with MS and usually DON’T fill out their surveys they want to find out why and how they can better engage with you.

  • Exercise Tasters for People with MS

    These free exercise tasters in September give people with Multiple Sclerosis the chance to try new activities at their local leisure centre.The venues are fully accessible, wheelchair friendly with good parking and transport links.

  • MS Active for Health Pilot

    Do you or someone you know have a diagnosis of MS?
    Do you live in Rotherham? Would you like to be part of a FREE 12 week MS specialist exercise pilot project in April 2018?

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