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My aHSCT Story – Bronwyn Hutchinson

January 11, 2022 | Life with MS, MS Voice, Newsletter, Treatments

I was 30 years old and working as a civil litigator when I woke up one morning in July 2011 with a complete loss of vision in my right eye. I was diagnosed with optic neuritis and warned of the […]


My aHSCT story – Celia Attwood

December 20, 2021 | Life with MS, MS Voice, Newsletter, Research, Treatments

  My name is Celia Attwood, I’m 32 years old and a mum of 2 beautiful boys. I had been to see my G.P numerous times over the years before being diagnosed with MS but with no definite answers and […]


3rd Primary Dose COVID-19 Vaccination Guidance for People with MS

November 1, 2021 | Advocacy, Covid-19, Treatments

  On the 19th of October 2021, the Ministry of Health, announced 3rd primary dose vaccinations for those who are severely immunocompromised. This announcement was based on recommendations by the COVID-19 Vaccine Technical Advisory Group (CV TAG) who continuously review evidence […]


Ethical use of Off-label disease-modifying therapies used in MS

August 3, 2021 | Education, Treatments, Uncategorised

The MS International Federation’s Atlas of MS showed that off-label disease-modifying therapies are used in at least 89 countries. This highlights the need for  transparent evidence-based guidelines to support clinical decision-making, pharmaceutical policies and reimbursement decisions.  Because there has been […]


Recording available – Progressive MS Treatment and Research

June 29, 2021 | Education, Event, Life with MS, Progressive, Research, Treatments

Learn about the latest advances in progressive MS research and treatment during this 30-minute International Progressive MS Alliance webcast. An international panel of MS experts will answer questions submitted by people affected by MS from throughout the world. From symptom […]