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19-Sep-2017

Invictus Games 2017 - Toronto

Invictus Games 2017 - Toronto
Watch this small, but powerful video by Attitude of Megan Marshall, who is on her way to Toronto for the Invictus Games, Team NZ - Good luck Megan.   Read more
24-Aug-2017

Lady Raewyn Henry

Lady Raewyn Henry
We are thrilled to have Lady Raewyn Henry as our ambassador, joining long time ambassadors John and Lorraine Street. Raewyn has never been one for the spotlight, happy for her husband, former All Black coach, Sir Graham to take the spotlight. However lately we have seen her more and more on stage. Early in 2017 Raewyn put on her Netball Centre Bib again after many years and played i... Read more
18-Aug-2017

Latest News

Latest News
The attached Discussion Paper and Background Information were part MSNZ’s advocacy work with politicians to increase awareness and better services for people with MS. Read more
25-Jul-2017

Sam Smith

Sam Smith
Watch this wonderful 30 minute documentary by Attitude with comedian Sam Smith who has recently been diagnosed with MS.  Read more
29-Nov-2016

Living with MS

Living with MS
Julie talks about living with MS, how she values the positive support around her and her dreams for the future. Read more
01-Nov-2016

“MS is a lifelong condition, but it doesn’t define who I am”.

“MS is a lifelong condition, but it doesn’t define who I am”.
A short, powerful 45 second video on the affects of MS, please share.   Read more
02-Sep-2016

MS Awareness Week

MS Awareness Week
Four people living with MS describe what it means to them and the challenges they face.   Please share Condensed version 34 seconds. Read more
31-Aug-2016

MS Awareness Week

MS Awareness Week
Four people living with MS describe what it means to them and the challenges they face. Please share Video duration 1 min 28 seconds  Read more
05-Aug-2016

Research Day 2016 - The Blood Barrier

Research Day 2016 - The Blood Barrier
  At Research Day, Dr. Jennifer Pereira and Dr. Scott Graham discussed the important role of the blood-brain barrier in MS and how they are researching markers in the blood that may help us detect when things go wrong. Their full presentation is now available for you to view.        Read more
04-Jul-2016

Research Day 2016

Research Day 2016
Dr Debbie Mason has spent many years studying multiple sclerosis in New Zealand. In her Research Day presentation she highlighted some of the amazing findings that they have generated from this work. As an example, she discussed why people down south have a higher rate of MS than those in the north and if that pattern has been changing over time, as well as potential links to Vitamin D lev... Read more

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