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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# World MS Day

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Having MS in lockdown: 'I was petrified in the beginning, but people are really taking it seriously'
A virtual balloon race is taking place today, Word MS Day, at 6pm to raise money for MS Ireland.
"Adam says to me 'You have MS mum, but I’ve got to wear glasses'"
“I’ll stand up in Leinster House tomorrow and be announced as a person with MS – but that’s such a tiny bit of who I am.”
'My sister and I have never let it stop us from doing what we want to do'
Naomi Donaldson and her little sister were diagnosed with MS within a year of each other. She describes how they’ve coped with it.
'My vision blurred, like there was rain on the windscreen, but it wasn't raining'
Lucina Russell was diagnosed with MS in 2011. Here she explains why she is hopeful for her future.
Increased demand for MS services 'reflect difficult times'
MS Ireland is calling for improved access to medication for people with MS.