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You don’t have to be sitting in a lab dressed in a white coat to feel involved and connected to MS research. Every penny you raise by taking part in 100K Your Way really does take us a step closer to stopping MS. There has never been a more crucial time for MS research in the UK. From breakthroughs in MS treatments, to figuring out what causes it — we’re edging close to stopping MS.

Little by little, step by step, your contributions can — and will — help us go all the way… look what your fundraising can do.

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Around £30 will pay for

processing one blood sample. One single blood sample can give researchers crucial information about the genes and immune system of people living with MS, which could lead to new treatments or crucial breakthroughs in understanding the causes of the condition.

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Around £50 will pay for

one hour of microscope use. Scientists use high powered microscopes to study cells and tissue in greater detail, in order to improve their understanding of the biology of MS.

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Around £200 will pay for

one hour of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner use. MRI scanning is a crucial technique used to create a detailed image of the brain and spinal cord. We’re currently funding projects that use MRI scanners to monitor clinical trials and understand MS in more detail

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Around £800 will pay for

equipment needed to grow cells for one year. Researchers use cells as a system for investigating MS. They’re crucial for testing ideas about potential ways to treat the condition.

100K Your Way Toolkit

Kickstart your fundraising with these fantastic free downloads:

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Sponsorship form

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