Monthly Archives: September 2013

Gallery!

Don’t forget to check out the Gallery! https://laurayellmnd.wordpress.com/gallery/ If you’re doing some fundraising or have some MND related photos, send them to me at ly1405@my.bristol.ac.uk and I’ll upload them to the gallery! All the best, Laura

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Incredible Statistics about MND Awareness

This blog has now been viewed in an incredible 86 countries and almost 7,500 views in about 18 months. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE! Hopefully that means that it’s working and more people are becoming more aware of MND. It feels … Continue reading

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An ounce of action is worth a ton of theory

Last week, we transplanted the first patient in our Phase II trial for ALS. I have written before about the Phase I trial. The Phase II trial is in many ways even more groundbreaking than the first (and that is saying … Continue reading

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Incredible story about Israeli researchers look to develop new ALS treatment

Last year No Camels wrote about an ailing rabbi diagnosed with ALS who wasable to walk again after being treated with Israeli company Braistorm’s Nurown treatment.Now, a study currently under way at the Hadassah Medical Center in Israel which incorporates the NurOwn treatment, … Continue reading

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MND Wristbands

We’ve ordered in some more MND wristbands – 100% of the £2 goes to MNDA. Please give generously as not only will you be donating to the MNDA but also by wearing the  MND bracelets you’re raising awareness of the … Continue reading

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Industry Voices: Researching ALS through new eyes–Why data science will foster life science breakthroughs

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as ALS, is an enduring mystery for life scientists–even those who have dedicated their careers to understanding it and finding a cure. Terminal, essentially untreatable, and frustratingly hard to predict, the disease has eluded us for … Continue reading

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