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Newly diagnosed with MS?

If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, it may have raised some questions and concerns. We're here to help.

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We offer anyone interested in multiple sclerosis a range of 'face-to-face' and 'online' MS information and education events across Queensland. 

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We're always looking for volunteers to help us out in the community with our range of events and support programs for people with multiple sclerosis.

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Image of older and younger womenAs we prepare for the NDIS, it will enable people with multiple sclerosis to have independence, control and choice over the services they need.

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Latest MS News

Meet our MS NDIS Champion Meet our MS NDIS Champion Recently our Advocacy Manager Natalie Walsh spoke with Gold Coast MS Support Group member Anna Comuzzo who attended an NDIS Get Ready Participant Readiness... More detail
2015-16 Entertainment Books coming soon 2015-16 Entertainment Books coming soon The 2014/15 Entertainment book will expire on 1 June 2015. Purchase your new 2015/16 membership today! MS Queensland is pleased to be selling the Entertainment... More detail
New anti-inflammatory molecule could help treat MS New anti-inflammatory molecule could help treat MS Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI) scientists have developed a new drug-like molecule that can halt inflammation and has shown promise in stopping... More detail

Meet People Living With MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

Welcome to MS Queensland, a non-profit organisation that is the first choice for MS information, education, treatment, care and support across Queensland.

MS Queensland supplies a wide range of services including information about MS, MS research,MS treatment and management informationand much more. Below you will find an outline of some of our services.

MS Support

Here at MS Queensland we understand that receiving an MS diagnosis can be confusing and overwhelming. The internet is awash with information about MS (some accurate and relevant and some totally untrue or ‘off-the-mark’) – our website has been designed to give people with MS a place where information is relevant and compiled by a trusted source so you know it’s reliable.