One in 300 people will be diagnosed with motor neurone disease. Sadly, more than half of those diagnosed die within two years. Almost a quarter of a million people in the UK alive today will develop
Right now, 5,000 people in the UK are living with MND and six more people will be diagnosed with this brutal disease today. There are no effective treatments or cures for MND – yet. The scientific
Kent resident Sam Bryce-Smith from Cranbook has secured a prestigious PhD Studentship from national charity, the Motor Neurone Disease Association. The Masonic Charitable Foundation PhD Studentship
As a result of the continuing global uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the MND Association has taken the very difficult decision to cancel this year’s International Symposium on ALS/MND.
The UK Motor Neurone Disease Clinical Studies Group (UK MND CSG) is excited to launch the updated clinical research studies section of their website: Visit the website This is a useful resource to
Physical Activity in Rare Conditions (PARC) is a study being led by Professor Monica Busse (Cardiff University), Dr Gita Ramdharry and Dr Valentina Buscemi (National Hospital for Neurology &
Every year, the feeling that the International Symposium on ALS/MND is ever so slightly closer comes when the Paulo Gontijo Award winner is announced. We were therefore delighted to hear that the 11th