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Tips on Stress and MS

January 7, 2020 | Life with MS, Support

I have multiple sclerosis (MS), and I know that when I get stressed, I feel more unwell. Stress makes MS symptoms worse in my own body. It is interesting to note that studies show that the better you cope with […]


The Good Service Project

December 17, 2019 | Advocacy, Education, Funding, Research

“Is it reasonable to wait four months for my neurology referral or MRI?” It’s a surprisingly common question, and that worries us. We regularly receive calls from distressed people experiencing multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms for the first time or in […]


The Cost of MS Study

December 17, 2019 | Advocacy, Education, Funding, Research, Uncategorised

New Zealanders with multiple sclerosis (MS) face undue restrictions to life-altering drug treatments and valuable social supports. The cost and consequences of this lack of access are enormous. We believe this needs to change. New Zealanders with MS need better […]


Sam and Rachelle Inspire Others To Get Outdoors

November 27, 2019 | Grants, Life with MS, Scholarships, Uncategorised

Despite a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS), Aucklanders Sam Smith and Rachelle Becker will redefine what’s possible with MS and to inspire others to pursue healthier lifestyles. Supporting their aspirations, Mastering Mountains Charitable Trust with Multiple Sclerosis New Zealand (MSNZ) […]