Connie The May 50K story

Thank you. You’ve raised over $3.5M for life-changing MS research

May has been a fun-filled month with 19,467 people across Australia getting active to raise money to accelerate research into the prevention, treatments and ultimately a cure for multiple sclerosis.
Rohan Greenland The May 50K

From our CEO

World MS Day – held on May 30 each year – was a memorable one. For me, four events stood out. 
Doctor and patient

You can help progress MS research, even from your home!

The MS Australia Clinical Trials Network is a central point of information for people interested in participating in clinical trials and research studies in MS.
MS organisations to speak with one voice

Too many workplaces failing people with MS but solutions abound

By Associate Professor Des Graham, President, MS Australia - A new workplace and employment survey has provided further evidence that too many Australian workplaces are failing people living with Multiple Sclerosis and other health conditions, and falling well short of community expectations.
Cheryl To stop MS sooner, we need you

To stop MS sooner, we need you

Despite the progress made thanks to MS research, the key to a cure is yet to be found for people like Cheryl. Donations will help fund vital research projects that will build critical knowledge of MS, aiming to prevent and ultimately cure MS.  
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Predictors of employment after the first episode of demyelination

People with MS face significant employment-related challenges and understanding and preparing for these may improve later employment outcomes.

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A world without MS

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