Ahead of next Saturdays cafe, some food for thought about MS

More than 100,000 people in the UK have MS
57 people every week are diagnosed with MS
The most common symptoms are invisible: fatigue, pain and slowed thinking
MS is the most common neurological condition affecting young people
People are usually diagnosed with MS in their 20s and 30s MS affects more than twice as many women than men MS is not a fatal condition Most people diagnosed with MS will not need to use a wheelchair on a regular basis At present, there is no cure for MS. But there are many ways that symptoms can be treated
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