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Covid-19 in Ocrelizumab-treated people with Multiple Sclerosis

January 26, 2021 | Covid-19, Life with MS, Research, Treatments

This article, written by the Journal of Multiple Sclerosis and related disorders,  (MSARD) includes data from clinical trials, post marketing safety surveillance and a US electronic medical records database, Optum. The objective was to better understand the SARS-CoV-2 infection in […]


Can you spare 10 minutes to help us capture the impact of the MS Brain Health initiative?

November 25, 2020 | Research

MS Brain Health are running a survey to capture the value of their work on individuals in developing their approach to MS care – both in terms of personal impact and the wider health and care environment. If you are […]


Let’s celebrate our MS support networks!

November 25, 2020 | Life with MS, Research, Support

Let’s celebrate our MS support networks! We are collecting stories for World MS Day 2021. The ongoing pandemic has made life with MS difficult for many. Despite the circumstances, the global MS movement continues to share powerful stories of hope […]


2020 NZ MS Research Trust Webinar Series – Recordings now available

November 19, 2020 | Research

These webinars cover the latest in MS research. Highlights include Dr Wallace Brownlee, who dialled in from London to update us on HSCT treatments for MS, and Justin O’Sullivan speaking to the latest local research on genetics. Also Dr Ernie […]


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 […]