Myasthenia Alliance Australia

The Myasthenia Gravis Associations of Australia have come together under a National Myasthenia Alliance to enhance the support already offered to Australians suffering from the neurological auto-immune conditions categorised under the term ‘Myasthenia’.

The Alliance will provide a strong and unified voice for Myasthenia sufferers by generating more awareness of, and further interest in, these conditions. Through contact with Federal organisations, departments and individuals and by providing a point of contact for Australians from every state and territory, the Alliance provides a targeted forum with items of national importance. The Alliance will enhance the work done by the State Associations.

News and Events

Thursday, April 25, 2019

The 2019 Myasthenia Gravis Conference to be held on Sat Aug 3 (8.30am to 5.00pm) will feature a Q&A session with some of the highly skilled specialists that will present at the conference. There will also be several small break-out discussions, covering a range of topics. To obtain more details and to register visit https://www.mgaq.org.au/maa-2019-conference.

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Dr Stefan Blum (Overview of MG and Therapies), Prof Pam McCombe (Guidelines for IVIg therapy), Dr James Morton (Advanced Therapy Treatment incl. Plasma Exchange) and Dr Fiona Chan (Rituximab) all plan to present at the 2019 MG conference. To obtain more details and to register visit https://www.mgaq.org.au/maa-2019-conference.

Thursday, April 25, 2019

An amazing line-up of six highly skilled specialists plan to share their extensive medical experience at the 2019 Myasthenia Gravis Conference to be held on Sat Aug 3 (8.30am to 5.00pm). They will present the latest treatment options, research areas and an update on the eNID project. There will also be a Q&A session and several small break-out discussions. To obtain more details and to register visit https://www.mgaq.org.au/maa-2019-conference.

Do You Need Support?

The Myasthenia Alliance of Australia is proudly supported by Australia’s State Associations. If you’re needing help, please visit one of these sites.