A campaign launched by a schoolboy to help stop the spread of multiple sclerosis after his mother contracted the disease has run out of money and is in danger of being wound up.
The Shine On campaign was started by Ryan McLaughlin when he was 14 to raise awareness of the role vitamin D supplements can play in preventing the spread of MS.
Ryan was inspired after his mother Kirsten, a former taekwondo champion, fell ill with the disease.
However, after three years of fighting to change official thinking and get the Scottish Government to provide free vitamin D to schoolchildren and pregnant women, funds have now run dry.
The campaign's website was briefly taken down this week as they could no longer afford internet charges, and much of the data they had collected on the importance of vitamin D was lost.... Read More - http://www.msrc.co.uk/index.cfm/fuseact ... ageid/1334