It’s time to Demand More from life with MS

Sanofi Genzyme is once again embarking on a mission to create meaningful change in the lives of millions living with multiple sclerosis (MS). Last year, we asked the multiple sclerosis (MS) community to share their daily challenges of living with MS, and looked to the world to help us solve them.

This year, we’re asking those living with MS to share something else. A moment.

Day after day, people living with MS experience a multitude of challenging moments. These can be embarrassing, painful, even hurtful. Yet it’s often these same moments that are the catalyst of change; inspiring people to try and change the things they thought they couldn’t.

So we want you to share the story of your moment. The moment you decided enough was enough. The moment you chose to demand more from your life with MS.

Because this could be the moment you inspire hundreds of others living with MS to do the same.

And three inspirational winners will even have their thank you moments brought to life in a film.
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So what kind of stories are we looking for?

Well, we’re looking for the stories of all those moments – no matter how big or small – that if you could, you’d say thank you to. Because despite how awkward or difficult it might have been at the time – it was the moment that made you stop, think and make a change.

What, or who, helped you realise it was time to demand more from your life with MS?

You never know, your story could be someone else’s thank you moment. What’s more, from all the stories we receive, we’ll select three inspirational moments to feature in an animated film. Which means if you’re one of the lucky winners, you’ll have the chance to work with our talented artists to bring your Thank you moment to life for the whole world to see.

Click the illustrations to view some of the stories we’ve heard so far.

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Understanding MS

Disability in MS

We’ve been accessing all areas of life with MS, getting to the heart of the who’s, what’s, where’s and why’s of MS symptoms.

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Brain health

We’ve been exploring brains – from brain atrophy, to neuroplasticity to cognitive reserve.

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We’ve always believed in the saying, ‘when we know more, we can do more’.

That’s why we want to equip all those living with MS with the information they need to better understand their condition and the science behind its effects. From understanding why it’s important to protect your brain health to why MS causes such a range of cognitive and physical symptoms, these educational articles will help you get under the skin and into the head of MS.

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As part of our mission to get to the heart of what it really means to live with MS symptoms, our Steering Committee have shared some fascinating insights. From inoperable pedal bins to un-openable packets, how many of these can you relate to?

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The World vs.MS blog

Just like we are, the MS community are always there to support and guide you through your MS journey. Head to our dedicated blog page for first-hand advice and insights into living with the condition, and to hear to some personal stories and inspiring moments from members of the community. Also, you’ll be able to find all the latest news from TWvsMS BladdeRunner.

This year, we want you to share the story of the moment that made you Demand More from your life with MS.

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