Monthly Archives: May 2012

‘If you can do that sunshine, you’re a better bloke than all my doctors put together’

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John Saunders Olympic Torchbearer

MND sufferer, John Saunders carried the Olympic Torch earlier today and here’s what he had to say. You can watch the video here: http://vimeo.com/42545252

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What Eye Gaze can give sufferers

Sarah was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (ALS/Lou Gehrig’s disease) in 2000. Her use of assistive technology (Eye Gaze) is extensive and she has over 8000 Twitter followers and 1300 Facebook friends. Sarah consistently offers inspiration, support and a positive … Continue reading

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A Still Life

This time last year Ian Roberts was hiking 265 kilometres along the Great Ocean Walk for charity, these days he struggles to walk at all. Motor Neurone Disease has affected people as diverse as Chinese communist leader Mao Tse Tung … Continue reading

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6 Degrees of separation

24 Countries!! This blog is now proliferating many boarders, hopefully with that correlates the increase in awareness and knowledge about the disease. The more people that know about MND, the more likely it is to be given more funding, the … Continue reading

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