To keep our Customers, supporters and the broader community informed about what we do, MSWA publishes a range of newsletters.
Our quarterly magazine for people living with MS.
A monthly e-newsletter covering the latest articles of research, medical advancements and general wellbeing for people living with MS.
Winter 2019 Research roundup | We know neuro | The circle of life | Healing power of music Read more
Autumn 2019 NDIS update | 2019 camps | Health education and peer support groups | Fundraising news Read more
Summer 2018 Health economic impact of MS | Accurate navigation of the NDIS | Your grief fingerprint | International travel in a wheel chair Read more
Spring 2018 Young dad's journey with MS | Update on MSWA Facilities | Employment and MS | Treendale Respite Read more
August 2019 Read about the development of a breath test which may be used to detect MS, the link between viral infection, age and MS symptoms and what happens when nerve fibres are damaged. Read more
July 2019 Read about the secret agents in some MS treatments, local MSWA-funded research into the link between unprocessed red meat and reduced risk of MS, how living with MS as a child is linked to greater cognitive impairment in adulthood and learn about B-cell Depletion Therapy. Read more
June 2019 Read about the first disease-modifying treatment licensed and available for children with MS, latest research on brain matter, as well as how following a ketogenic diet can improve fatigue and depression. Read more
May 2019 Read about the latest research that’s working towards better understanding, and ultimately treating and solving progressive MS. Read more
April 2019 Read about the latest research on brain plasticity, treating MS in pregnancy, gut bacteria and MS, modifying therapies and taking treatments in a new direction. Read more
March 2019 Read about the latest evidence on diet and progression of MS, a guide for newly diagnosed, advice on Glatiramer Acetate treatment. Read more
February 2019 Read about the recent trials of MS treatments which have shown encouraging results as well as recent findings about a link between a widely used herbicide and MS. Read more