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Factors related to psychological adjustment among people with MS

18th May, 2015

MS Research Australia and MS ACT/NSW/VIC recently ran a webinar with Professor Marita McCabe presenting her work on coping and adjustment in MS

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Pro bono support for MS Research Australia

18th May, 2015

In addition to the financial support of many individuals and organisations, MS Research Australia relies on a range of pro bono support to facilitate our important work and keep our operating and

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MS Research Australia Brain Bank - How to get involved

18th May, 2015

So far, almost 850 people from around Australia have pledged to donate their brain to the Brain Bank when they pass away.

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Bladder symptoms in MS – an important unreported aspect of living with MS

18th May, 2015

Bladder and bowel symptoms are a common feature of MS and they are frequently under-diagnosed and consequently under-treated. This has major implications for both health and quality of life for people

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Stepping exercise boosts balance and brain power for people with MS

7th May, 2015

Researchers at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) have found a home-based stepping exercise, designed for people with MS, can improve not only balance but also thinking skills.

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Imaging can identify neurodegeneration earlier than previously thought

5th May, 2015

An article published in the international journal Brain has shown evidence for damage in the spinal cord of people in an early stage of primary progressive MS.

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Copaxone 40mg/mL recommended for the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme

4th May, 2015

The Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) has given a positive recommendation for double-dose Copaxone which will mean fewer injections

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Progressive MS Alliance brings together researchers from around the globe

28th April, 2015

Eighty scientists and clinicians from around the world convened in Boston in early March with the International Progressive MS Alliance. This meeting aimed to discuss what is known and not known about the

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Western Australian projects studying the environmental factors influencing MS

28th April, 2015

The awarding of new MS Research Australia grants, which in 2015 totalled almost $1.9 million in funding, is the result of an extensive grant review process undertaken by the MS Research Australia Research

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Do people with MS get hotter during exercise?

28th April, 2015

MS Research Australia and MS ACT/NSW/VIC recently ran a webinar with Dr Ollie Jay from the University of Sydney, presenting his work on heat regulation in MS

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