MND


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MND

Abbreviation for motor neuron disease.

MND

Abbrev. for MOTOR NEURON DISEASE.

MND

Abbreviation for motor neuron disease.
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Health Secretary Shona Robison stated: "Gordon Aikman was deeply committed to advancing the cause of people living with MND - and his efforts have touched the lives of every family in Scotland who are dealing with MND.
Cllr Findley explained he and his "very strong team" would continue to raise funds through The Mike Findley MND Fund.
Im really pleased to be able to confirm to parliament today that applications are now being taken for the scholarship fund which, thanks to support from MND Scotland, has been doubled to 50,000.
MND kills a third of people within a year and more than half within two years of diagnosis.
The scariest thing though was when I googled MND and saw how quickly it progresses, I just felt sick.
After growing on-screen evidence that something was wrong, viewers shared Patrick's shocking diagnosis of MND in April.
Based on company estimates, the purchase makes MND the second biggest operator in a market worth some EUR200m (USD270m) a year.
Mr Isherwood, who is chair of the cross-party group on Neurological Conditions, said: "Thanks to a chance blog post and a contact with some innovative film makers at the Scottish Documentary Institute, 'I Am Breathing' was shot in the final months of Neil's life in 2009 and was premiered at the prestigious Edinburgh Film Festival on the eve of Global MND Awareness Day on 21 June this year.
Professor Pamela Shaw, Director of SITraN, and her research team worked in collaboration with a fellow world leading MND scientist Dr Caterina Bendotti and her group at the Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research in Milan, Italy investigated two mouse models of MND caused by an alteration in the SOD1 gene, a known cause of MND in humans.
The international research team has created motor neurons using skin cells from a patient with an inherited form of MND.