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1 in 300 is the estimated lifetime risk of . Please enjoy my life with MND blog. My just giving page
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Lee Millard 3h
Hi readers! I am back, onein300 with my living with usual fare post. A second will follow tomorrow on research for the aficionados of science and wonder. But for now, it’s just my usual life rubbish!
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Lee Millard 8h
Replying to @DoddieWeir5 @MNDoddie5
We will. Discoveries are gathering pace and when a breakthrough emerges the pace will quicken further and realign on strategic therapies. Matter of time now.
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Lee Millard 9h
Now that would be a double act worth seeing!!! and - you guys really should do a show together!! Can I have tickets?!?
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Lee Millard 9h
Replying to @RichardDawkins
Great interview! Newsnight has been getting totally tedious recently! Look forward to your talk on Sunday night.
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Lee Millard Sep 18
Replying to @BBCSport @NIHRresearch
A disease that is NOT rare - 1 in 300. - We need greater investment from the We need your help. Please look favourably. We have a 100% unmet need.
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MND Association Sep 18
The Association is saddened to hear this news. Our thoughts are with the family and friends of Fernando. He'll always be a legend and was a huge supporter in the fight against motor neurone disease. We're grateful for all he has done for the community.
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Lee Millard Sep 16
This is the way forward! Exciting!
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Lee Millard Sep 16
Replying to @2291llerraF
Absolutely NOT rare. It is rare only because of a lack of survivors!!!! The public don’t know how common is. But nor do decision makers.
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Lee Millard Sep 15
Yes it is this “unmet” need that is critical. We have nearly no investment from government for research considering the predictable stream of deaths rolling in constantly. Underfunded compared to other diseases? Absolutely without doubt!
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Lee Millard Sep 11
And yet another advert banned. When will regulators realise that banning does more than marketing for a vendor. Note to self must kfc delivered!!!!
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MND Association Sep 9
This week we're sharing stories of those who've chosen to leave a legacy, a gift in their Will, for the MND Association. Legacies make up a quarter of our overall annual income. On occasions, that can rise to a third. ✍️
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Lee Millard Sep 9
Replying to @PainInTheALS @DWP and 2 others
And we learnt that anyone can ask for their PIP to be reviewed at anytime! This is not obvious & certainly not promoted. Exactly what you needed in this case, & I can imagine many other scenarios. Eg if blue badge expired out of synch with PIP.
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Lee Millard Sep 8
Replying to @theAliceRoberts
Could’nt agree more. Science, critical thinking and why the scientific method is vital if we are to prevent making huge mistakes and/or following false trails.
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Lee Millard Aug 11
New to my blog? I also write research comment posts. My last 2 covered key subjects often misquoted/etc - Placebo trials & the Interpretation of statistics. Next up will be Stratification and why it is paramount in future trials
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Lee Millard Sep 4
And yes another successful ad campaign only because it is banned or withdrawn! Note to self, add Dairylea slices to shopping list!
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Lee Millard Sep 2
It makes me rage that Richard has to go through so much to end his suffering. Talk about take back control! This is control everyone of us needs. If we choose this path, we need it here, in the UK!
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Lee Millard Sep 1
Just checked that is on tonight but also checked content - “contains strong language, some violence and upsetting scenes” - Most excellent!!!
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Lee Millard Aug 18
I have created a new page on my blog. Some of my research opinion posts are focused on that “devil detail”. Subjects that at first sight, the answers appear obvious. However, once you take a closer look things are not what they might seem...
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Lee Millard Aug 31
Replying to @terrychristian
Oh dear. Ill-informed. It’s delayed because this years strains not identified until late, not brexit. The WHO wanted vaccine to be as good as possible. There have always been early shortages, especially of some of the dispensing forms. But get it if you need it. Good reminder.
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Lee Millard Aug 31
Unlike Parliament my blog will not be prorogued in September! Thank goodness you will have something to read! Returns next week!
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