One in five people with multiple sclerosis do not have enough money to pay for the vital medication they need, according to new data.
A new report from the MS Society reveals that 19.6 per cent of those suffering from the condition fear they may not be able to pay for their treatment as the cost of living crisis bites.
The figures lay bare the impact of inflation and soaring gas prices on those living with the debilitating illness, with one in 20 of those surveyed saying they had used a foodbank in the past year. One in three (32.5 per cent) said they could not afford to eat balanced meals and 40 per cent said they had to borrow money to make ends meet.
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