Would anyone like to represent the charity MS Research at this free event? If you live in or near the London area and would like to represent people who have MS for the charity please contact Dr Rosie Jones!
If valuable insight and engagement with top policy makers; finding out what new initiatives are in the pipeline and having the opportunity to debate the key issues of the day with people that can effect change are important to you then Disability Capital Conference is not to be missed.


Furthering progress with foot rocker


@standup4MS my aka is really making good progress. Today I stood 2:15 minutes. I am writing here about a minor item which is part of the whole things I do to help myself regain some mobility.

Parachute Jump for MS Research charity


Imagine looking down on a miniature world, then drifting slowly down towards it, with complete quiet, only the wind rushing past you.  Wayne Farrell and Mark Wynne, who live in the Chester area, experienced that sensation on Sunday 17th October 2010, during their fundraising freefall parachute jump for Multiple Sclerosis Research.

You can read the full story of Wayne Farrell and Mark Wynne who jumped for MS Research charity using Skyline. If you raise the minimum sponsorship money you get to skydive for FREE!

You could book online for your turn to jump for MS Research charity. The money raised will go towards research aimed at finding practical solutions to some of the problems people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) face, and to helping to understand the processes of nerve damage that occur in MS so we can contribute to finding a cure.

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