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Whilst MS affects roughly three times as many women than men, recently released prevalence figures indicate that nearly 8000 men in Australia deal with MS on a daily basis. (1)

Research also indicates that the more severe and less treatable form of the condition – Primary progressive MS (PPMS), affects more men than women.

Alongside this, it’s important to factor in that unfortunately, “men are more reluctant to go to the doctor...


It’s hard to believe I’ve been an NDIS participant for almost twelve months!  But I had a text from them recently, letting me know I needed to book in to have my plan reviewed before my first year was up.  I owe you all an apology for not providing an update on how I was finding the system after a few months using it.  Sorry! I believe a number of things may have changed since my first plan was put in place, but I decided I’d still give you a brief update on how the NDIS has worked for me so...

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As the national peak body for Australians living with MS, we work closely with the state MS societies to help you connect with the right support and services.


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