AUTHOR

Louise Mckinlay

https://www.msnz.org.nz

POSTS

MS Get a Head Start – Online Research Study

June 4, 2024 | Research, Study, Survey, Trials

MS Get a Head Start are looking for people living with multiple sclerosis to take part in a 6-week online exercise and education programme, as part of a research study with AUT. The good news is that you can complete […]


Brain Health Seminar with Professor. Helmut Butzkueven – Book Your Tickets Now!

June 4, 2024 | Education, Event

Time Matters in Multiple Sclerosis: MS Brain Health Seminar You may often hear the words – Brain Health – related to MS, but what does this mean and how can patients, clinicians and MS organisations be proactive in protecting and […]


MS Voice Newsletter – May 2024: World MS Day Special Edition

May 30, 2024 | Life with MS, MS Voice, My Story, News, Newsletter, Treatments

Welcome to the 2024 World MS Day Special Edition of MS Voice – your trusted source for the latest updates, information and inspiring stories from Multiple Sclerosis New Zealand. World MS Day is an international awareness day for everyone affected […]


Are you on an Infusion Treatment?

May 30, 2024 | Advocacy, Treatments

At MSNZ we would like to understand more about patient experiences with infusion treatments. The first line Disease Modifying Treatment (DMT) options we have been successful in advocating for in NZ are considered some of the best in the world. […]


Update – Ocrelizumab for Primary Progressive MS in Canterbury

May 29, 2024 | Life with MS, News, Progressive, Treatments

On Wednesday 15 May, Multiple Sclerosis NZ raised how critical workforce shortages are impacting patients with Primary Progressive MS (PPMS) access to time sensitive disease modifying therapies. A business case prepared by clinical specialists had been under review for five […]