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Amy Winehouse's mum 'won't let Multiple Sclerosis get in the way of life'

A new study by the Multiple Sclerosis Society shows most people don't understand the condition.

More than 100,000 people suffer from the debilitating disease.

1 in 4 people thought disabled people exaggerated the extent of their condition, and many thought MS sufferers could not lead a normal life.

The mother of the late singer Amy Winehouse has spoken exclusively to ITV1's Daybreak about living with Multiple Sclerosis.

Janis Winehouse was first diagnosed 30 years ago and has learnt to cope with the disease. She says she was determined not to let MS get in the way of her life.