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The MS International Federation collects no personal information about these users except where they specifically and knowingly provide it.
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You may unsubscribe or manage your subscriptions at any time by following the ‘Manage my Subscriptions’ link at the bottom of all emails.
The MS International Federation will not share your email address with any other individuals or organisations.
If you submit a query or contact us via the website, the MS International Federation will use the information you supply only to respond to your enquiry.
You may amend or request access to the personal data the MS International Federation holds on you by:
- Contacting us
- Calling +44 (0)20 7620 1911
- Writing to Multiple Sclerosis International Federation, Skyline House, 200 Union Street, London SE1 0LX
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We may use the information collected by cookies to monitor the performance of the website.
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Many of the images on this site are published here by kind permission of our member organisations, or the European Multiple Sclerosis Platform. They may not be reused without the explicit consent of the organisations that own the copyright.
To seek permission to reproduce or translate the content of this site, please contact us.
Third party websites
This website may sometimes include links to other relevant websites. The MS International Federation is not responsible for the content or conduct of any sites it links to, other than its own (www.msif.org, www.worldmsday.org and www.progressivemsalliance.org).
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The MS International Federation encourages people and organisations dedicated to tackling MS to link to this website. You do not need to ask our permission to do so.
This website is not intended to give advice on medical diagnosis or treatment. The information should not be relied on to suggest a course of treatment for a particular individual, and it should not be used in place of a visit, call, consultation or the advice or a physician or other qualified healthcare provider. You should contact or see your physician or other qualified healthcare provider promptly if you have any questions or before embarking on a new treatment, diet, or fitness program etc.
You should never disregard or delay seeking medical advice from your physician or other qualified healthcare provider because of something you have read, heard or seen on this website.
Although the MS International Federation has made every effort to provide high quality information, the MS International Federation disclaims any implied guarantee about the accuracy, completeness, timeliness or relevance of any information.