Kevin Murray unfit to be extradited because of motor neuron disease, barrister tells judge A Co Tyrone man fighting extradition over his alleged role in a gangland murder at a Dublin hotel is being advised on end of life care, a court has heard . ... Irish Times, 1 week ago
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The Orphan Disease Center in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania has established a new Program of Excellence for Motor Neuron Disease. The new initiative will focus on ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis--also known as ...Infrosoft, 1 week ago Orphan Disease Center establishes new initiative that focuses on ALS News-Medical.Net, 1 week ago
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Lone paddler Craig Machen sets out to circumnavigate Tasmania to raise funds for Motor Neurone Disease
A FIREFIGHTER who was injured in the line of duty 17 years ago has taken off on a fundraising adventure many half his age would not contemplate. Craig Machen, 54, was injured in 2000 when a brick wall fell and shattered his pelvis. The Somerset ...Tasmania Mercury, 2 weeks ago Lone paddler peddles message of hope Northern Territory News, 2 weeks ago
IAIN MCGREGOR/Stuff.co.nz Graham Leslie, who has motor neurone disease, has lost his voice and now uses a text-to-voice app on his iPad to communicate. A much-loved Christchurch teacher has died after a more than two-year battle with motor ...The Press NZ, 3 weeks ago
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