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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

If you had one chance to help reduce Multiple Sclerosis in Scotland, what would you do?

You Would Shine On Scotland

This is the question which Ryan McLaughlin, aged 14, from Glasgow, has an answer to. Watch the video to find out more, and please share this video on your Bebo, Facebook, MySpace pages. Help us protect future generations of Scots from Multiple Sclerosis by signing our e-petition and joining our walk to the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday 16th June 2009 to hand the petition to our MSPs.

CLICK THIS LINK to review the video that Ryan asks you to share

Ryan is aware of the effects of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), as it impacts on the lives of 10,500 people in Scotland and one of of those affected is his Mum. His experience of MS made him determined to find a way to help the thousands of people who are fighting this chronic progressive disease, an illness which has no cure, and to lessen the impact of MS on future generations. So what is his answer?

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