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MSWA Customer wins the Mega Home Lottery

MSWA recently announced the winners of the latest MSWA Mega Home Lottery’s $3.3M Grand Prize.

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MSWA Mega Home Lottery Winners - September 2020.
28,261 books read in WA for MS Readathon

The MS Readathon is over for another year! The national amount raised was a record breaking $3.12 million!

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MS Readathon 2020.
Generous donation makes communication possible

A number of MSWA Customers with communication difficulties will soon be able to trial a device which will assist them to communicate more effectively, thanks to a generous $20K donation from Pharmacy 777.

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PBAC updates regarding two existing MS treatments

The PBAC has recently made announcements regarding two MS treatments - Ocrelizumab (Ocrevus®) and Mayzent® (siponimod).

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$10.5m nation-wide commitment to MS research

We contributed $2.1m to MSRA to form part of their $10.5m national boost towards MS research.

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MSWA research.
Five-year-old Karla is reading for mum

Throughout August, five-year-old Karla Anand is taking part in her first MS Readathon, reading as many books as she can to raise money for Western Australians living with neurological conditions – people like her mum, Maddy.

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Karla Anand and mum Maddy Clark - Readathon 2020 - MSWA.
Newly developed therapy could provide a bright light for Western Australians suffering with poor sleep and fatigue

An MSWA funded research project will trial specially made glasses to see the effects of light therapy on fatigue and excessive daytime sleepiness.

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Newly developed therapy for people experiencing poor sleep and fatigue.
MSWA funded research provides insights on grief issues for MND caregivers

A national study funded by MSWA via Motor Neurone Disease Research Australia has confirmed the increased risk of prolonged grief, anxiety and depression for caregivers who have lost a loved one to motor neurone disease.

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Professor Samar Aoun (Perron Institute and La Trobe University), President of the Motor Neurone Disease Association of WA.
New MSWA High Support Accommodation Facility in Shenton Park

MSWA to build a new 20-unit High Support Accommodation Facility in Montario Quarter (Shenton Park).

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MSWA High Support Accommodation Facility in Shenton Park.
Recruitment well underway for TONiC study

The Perron Institute is continuing its recruitment of people with motor neurone disease (MND) for the pilot TONiC study, a project proudly supported by MSWA.

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