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What's got on your nerves today?
Watch as we uncover the reality of Multiple Sclerosis
You'll have probably heard of Multiple Sclerosis, MS. But if we asked you to tell us about the condition – what it affects, who it affects or its symptoms – could you? If the answer is no, don't worry, you're not alone.
Many of us have heard of MS. But few of us really understand it. Despite 130,000 people in the UK living with multiple sclerosis (that's around 1 in every 500 people) and every week, around 130 new people diagnosed with the condition, awareness is low. But we're looking to change that with a powerful new campaign: #MSuncovered.
What is Multiple Sclerosis?
A lifelong condition that affects the nerves in the brain and the spinal cord
It's usually diagnosed in people in their 20s and 30s.
Symptoms include eyesight problems, fatigue, balance problems, altered sensations and cognitive issues.
There's currently still no cure.
We don't want to give any more away, so instead, just press play and watch how the power of perspective can help share an important story...
If what you saw really resonated with you, please share to help raise awareness of MS and help those living with the condition have their voices heard. Don't forget to use #MSuncovered and #1mLives to get the conversation started.