The four winners of the double tickets to watch the movie 100 meters are:
The company will contact by email with the winners to deliver their tickets to watch '100 metros', a Spanish film based on the true story of Ramón Arroyo, a multiple sclerosis patient who completed an Ironman.
With this initiative, from NeuronUP we want to support affected by this disease. In Spain 47,000 people have multiple sclerosis, 700,000 in Europe and 2.5 million worldwide. Every five hours a new case of multiple sclerosis is diagnosed in Spain.
What do we know about multiple sclerosis?
It is a heterogeneous disease that is diagnosed most frequently between the ages of 20 and 40, but can be observed at any age. Also affects mainly women: two out of three people with MS are women.
There is no typical symptom of sclerosis to help diagnose it. Their first manifestations of the disease can vary from person to person. Each case is unique. In many cases there are vision problems, tingling, numbness or itching, loss of strength in the arms or legs and balance disorders or coordination disorders.
There is no known cure for multiple sclerosis. But healthy lifestyles and exercises of rehabilitation and are important to improve the life of those affected.