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NZ MS Research Trust Webinar 3: Exploring how lifestyle modifications can improve MS outcomes

October 5, 2020 | Education, Life with MS, Research

NZ MS Research Trust Webinar Series 3: Exploring the relationship between brain insulation and cognition & how lifestyle modifications can improve MS outcomes Saturday 10th October  10am – 11.30am Our closest neighbours, Australia, are world renowned for investing in and spearheading life changing research […]


2020 MS Research Webinar Series

August 20, 2020 | Education, Research

We’re really excited to hear the latest in MS Research via the NZ MS Research Trust’s new webinar series. Replacing their Research Day in Auckland, this series of online webinars means we can hear the latest, from the experts, from […]


Staying active at home

March 19, 2020 | Education, Life with MS

Regular exercise is critical for maintaining good mental and physical health. However, the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown means that unless you’ve got a gym at home, many of us will struggle to keep our normal fitness regime. Without exercise, quarantine and […]


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 […]