World Brain Day will be marked on 22 July with a webinar, but the campaign will continue until October. This is when the World Congress of Neurology will take place as well as the European Committee for the Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) Congress, which will be held on 13-15 October.
- Disability: Multiple sclerosis is a debilitating neurological disease that impacts every aspect of a person’s life, with effects ranging from cognitive impairment to significant physical disability.
- Prevalence: 2.8 million people of all ages globally are affected by MS, and someone receives this life-altering diagnosis every five minutes.
- Education: We must work with health care professionals to recognise the signs and symptoms of MS so people can be diagnosed early and effectively treated.
- Access to Treatment: Disease-modifying treatments slow disease progression, dramatically improving the quality of life for those living with MS, yet access to these medications is unavailable in many parts of the world.
- Advocacy: We can stop MS by diagnosing earlier, providing better access to life-changing treatments, and advocating for improving the quality of life for those living with MS and their caregivers.
To help you mark the campaign, you can download and use a range of tools, including:
- Banners and posters
- Social media graphics and suggested posts