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MSWA invests record $2.6m into research

19th September 2017

MSWA is extremely proud to announce another record breaking contribution of $2.6 million to neurological research this year – the largest in Australia’s history.

Apart from the regular and ongoing support of a range of MS research projects, this includes:

  • $500,000 to the international research programme into progressive multiple sclerosis (MS);
  • $500,000 to WA research projects; and
  • $350,000 for research into other neurological conditions.

All of this would not be possible without the support of the people of Western Australia. MSWA thanks you for either donating, fundraising and taking part in one of our events or buying a lottery ticket. This generosity allows us to continue our ability to make this record breaking contribution towards research of MS and other neurological conditions.

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Ocrevus (Ocrelizumab) soon to be available on the PBS

24th August 2017

The TGA approval of Ocrevus (an endorsement it is safe and effective), is the important first step for the drug in this country and on the 18 August 2017, the submission to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) for Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) listing, was successful. Ocrevus is used in relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) and the potential that the associated cost will be removed together with it being more available, is terrific news for the MS community.

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New $1.5m MSWA Centre officially opens in Bunbury

11th August 2017

Just over 18 months since the first sod was turned, MSWA’s $1.5 million Community and Health Services Centre in Bunbury was officially opened today by Disability Services Minister, Hon. Stephen Dawson, MSWA President, George Pampacos, MSWA CEO, Marcus Stafford AM and Bunbury Mayor, Gary Brennan.

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MSWA Pays Tribute to Golden Girl

7th August 2017

MSWA CEO, Marcus Stafford AM has paid tribute to legendary Australian track and field Olympian Betty Cuthbert AM, MBE, who passed away at a nursing home in Mandurah. Ms Cuthbert was 79 years old and had been living with multiple sclerosis since 1969.

“Betty Cuthbert captured the hearts and minds of the Australian people. You didn’t have to be interested in athletics to be impressed by the Golden Girl’s feats on the track, she was an inspiration,” said Mr Stafford

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