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MND Australia 16m
"We’re heading in the right direction, but we still have a way to go..." Our CEO, Carol Birks, discusses the importance of advocacy in improving the lives of people with , including working to improve My Aged Care & the NDIS. Read more:
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David Langsam 22h
. : $881k For Monepantel For Motor Neuron Disease - subscribe to Biotech Daily
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Ammar Al-Chalabi Sep 20
You personally could win €1 million if you have an effective way to let someone with do normal things despite weakness of limbs, speaking or swallowing. The is open to anyone. Make a difference and put your idea on the map! See here:
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Síle Carney 19h
Research led by Prof.Hardiman aims to increase detection of at early stages & improve the identification of new treatments. However, we urgently need volunteers +18 years who are not a blood relative of people with MND. Please consider volunteering:
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EuanMacDonaldCentre 14h
Thank you to Maggie Lamont for raising funds for our research for the second year running through a pop-up charity shop. Maggie's wonderful efforts are in memory of her late partner Bill Smart. Read more on our website.
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Justin Yerbury AM Sep 19
An early-detection blood test, a super microscope and a promising “breakthrough” drug that could extend the life of sufferers will all be tested in the fight for a potential treatment for , thanks to the generosity of Australians.
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-.- Sep 18
One year gone. May he rest in peace. An incredibly cruel and brutal disease 💙💚
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Colin Hardy Sep 17
Day 5 - Challenge 6 km As a community we will complete 5000 miles, that’s 1 mile for every person living with Motor Neurone Disease in the Uk Please Donate whatever you can to support
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Gary Holliday Sep 19
Hi Charlotte, any chance I could speak/message you about MND fundraising for a close friend of mine? 🙌🏻❤️
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Shane Byrne Sep 18
Now that sounds like a plan!! 🏉👍
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Wendy Sep 16
John - 1956-2013. On diagnosis - so I’ve been especially selected? On finally marrying me - I’m literally dying to marry her. On getting his speech aid, when others typed profound words - John’s 1st effort? - make me a coffee, bitch! Miss the old bugger & his warped humour
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MND Manchester & District Branch (Gtr Mcr) 23h
If you are in the Greater Manchester area, & need any local support / info for Motor Neurone Disease please go and visit our website: We have lots of helpful information, and can help support those living with , their Carers, and family.
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MND Association Sep 19
"The MND Association provide what may seem like small things, but their help really does make a difference to my quality of life.” Will you help us be there for everyone with , and make sure that they can live as they choose? Support here 👉 !
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Brad Turner Sep 20
Exciting news about a world-first trial of monepantel for in Australia.
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Wilf Marshall Sep 17
Hard to believe it's been a year since Fernando lost his brave battle with Rest easy Nando 🔴⚪️🔵
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FOREVER LEEDS 🔝🏆 Sep 18
It’s difficult to find the words to express the admiration I have for this man. Brave, fearless, selfless. Just how he played. God bless you Rob
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MND Campaigns Sep 20
2,500 people with have died while waiting for the review into benefits for terminally ill people to be published. People affected by urge you to publish the review now
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Colin Hardy Sep 19
I’ve pledged to Walk 100 Miles for Motor Neurone Disease All money raised will be used to support people living with in Northumberland. If you would like to support someone living with Donate 👇🙏💙🧡💙🧡💙🧡💙🧡💙
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Liz Liversidge Sep 20
3 years ago a terminally ill man paralysed by had a dream, he dreamed of setting a for the at 100kmph! That dream is about to become a reality, thanks to the generous support of his sponsors
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Jayne Halhead 22h
Izzie lost her gran to motor neuron disease in 2018. She set herself the task of walking 500 miles over the summer raising £4,000 for the Foundation, set up by legend Doddie Weir, who revealed his own diagnosis in 2017... 👏
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