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Amanda Rose

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Auckland State of Emergency – Important Information from Whaikaha

January 28, 2023 | Uncategorised

  As you will be aware, Auckland is in a state of emergency. For those affected by the flooding we hope you are keeping as safe and dry as you can. Whaikaha, The Ministry of Disabled People, has a team […]


Webinar – Managing Your MS Symptoms When Things Heat Up

January 25, 2023 | Education, Event, Life with MS, Symptoms, Webinar

The effect of heat on Multiple Sclerosis (MS) symptoms is real. Physiologically, the nerve conduction speed can slow down which can exacerbate a whole range of symptoms. This varies between individuals. However, the good news is that research has shown […]


Important notice for MS patients regarding Evusheld

November 16, 2022 | Advocacy, Covid-19, Treatments

Important notice for MS patients regarding EvusheldTM. EvusheldTM is a pre-exposure prophylaxis, which has shown positive results for reducing the impacts of COVID-19 on those who may lowered immunity against COVID 19 due to their MS treatments. Evusheld is NOT […]


Together we did it!!!

June 16, 2022 | Advocacy, Life with MS, Treatments

  Multiple Sclerosis NZ is pleased to see the announcement this week from Pharmac to provide access to funded MS treatments earlier than ever before. The new criteria will no longer require those clinically diagnosed with MS to wait for […]


Proposal to fund treatment earlier for relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis

May 30, 2022 | Advocacy, Life with MS, Treatments

We are excited to announce that following 7 years of relentless advocacy by Multiple Sclerosis NZ (MSNZ), Pharmac have opened the consultation process to increase earlier access to treatments for relapsing remitting MS. We now need YOUR HELP to get […]