Welcome to World MS Day 2012
• There is no known cause or cure for MS
• MS is usually diagnosed between the ages of 25 and 31 and lasts a lifetime
• People with MS have varying symptoms
We hope these will help increase public understanding of MS and how it affects people – you can see the riddles. Please help us share the riddles!
As always, people affected by MS are at the heart of our work, and today we are very exciting to launch our postcard wall displaying postcards created by people from 82 countries. Some will make you laugh, others will move you to tears, but all of them show what it is like to live with MS. It is not too late to make a postcard – click here to tell us what living with MS means to you.
Berglind from Iceland shares MS highs and lows, and tells us what keeps her connected My name is Berglind Björgúlfsdóttir,…
Since 2009, you have helped us bring the world together for people with MS. Help us end MS across the…
The global MSIF movement has gone full steam ahead in using the #MyInvisibleMS toolkit, adapting the materials and sharing them…