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If any of you have a problem funding MS Charities with high overheads and a large infrastructure you may consider donating to a small MS charity called AIMS2CURE



AIMS2CURE has zero overheads; every pound they raise is spent on the MS related projects.

AIMS2CURE won the prestigious Lady J Helping Hand Award in 2010.


AIMS2CURE is our centre’s named charity of the year.

You can donate to AIMS2CURE via our JustGiving page.

Thank you.

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Prof G

Professor of Neurology, Barts & The London. MS & Preventive Neurology thinker, blogger, runner, vegetable gardener, husband, father, cook and wine & food lover.

5 comments

  • I think some people want employees of MS charities, scientists & neurologists to get paid the minimum wage. Or better still, volunteer their services without payment.

  • Does the work being done by Jennifer Pocock (as described on the Aims2cure website) have any similarities with the work being done at the MS Society's Myelin Repair project aat Cambridge?

  • Does the work being done by Jennifer Pocock (as described on the Aims2cure website) have any similarities with the work being done at the MS Society's Myelin Repair project aat Cambridge?

    NO, It IS ABOUT A MILLION POUNDS SDIFFERENCE

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