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Supporting persons diagnosed with Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS) or Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP) or other Inflammatory Neuropathies.

The Inflammatory Neuropathy Support Group of Victoria Inc (IN Group) is a non profit Association that has been formed to –

  • Provide support to patients and their families;
  • Promote financial support for the group.

Inflammatory Neuropathies

Inflammatory neuropathies typically destroy the outer layer of the nerve sheath. They are usually demyelinating neuropathies characterised by the infiltration of peripheral nerves with lymphocytes and macrophages, cells that are associated with inflammation. The most common inflammatory neuropathies are those associated with an acute onset and rapidly progressive course (Guillain-Barré Syndrome – GBS) and those with a chronic course (Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy – CIDP and Multifocal Motor Neuropathy – MMN).

Other types of inflammatory neuropathies exist, but are less common.


Forthcoming Events


                           General Meeting                        Sunday   12 March 2017      @  2.00 pm.

                                                ~                                                      ~           11 June   2017        @  2.00 pm.

                                    ~          + AGM                     ~        13 August 2017    @ 2.00 pm.

                           Christmas Luncheon                       ~          3 December         @ 12 Noon.


                           All of the above activities will be held at the Ashburton Library, 154 High St., Ashburton.


                                      Any queries in respect to activities please call Margaret on (03) 9802 5319

                                      or email to:

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The Inflammatory Neuropathy Support Group of Victoria Inc.