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Man diagnoses HIMSELF with motor neurone disease after watching Stephen Hawking biopic

Turbo back on the road again

David Viljoen has been diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease (MND) and relies on a motorized wheelchair called Turbo to get around. He recently had the misfortune that the gear bearings of Turbo had worn and needed to be replaced. As an MND sufferer ... News24, 1 week ago
Christian Today

Searching for ET: Hawking to look for extraterrestrial life

Hawking, who speaks using a computer-generated voice due to the effects of motor neuron disease, explained the reason for the $100 million project: "We are alive. We are intelligent. We must know." Milner, who made a fortune through investments in ...
 Investor's Business Daily1 week ago New search for life beyond Earth  Shanghai Daily5 days ago Stephen Hawking warns that full artificial intelligence could spell end of mankind  Christian Today1 week ago Extraterrestial Life: Russian billionaire pledges $100m dollars to search for Aliens  Uncova1 week ago
Irish Times

Formaldehyde revealed as disease risk to undertakers

US study finds exposure to substance used in sector is linked to motor neurone disease Funeral directors were four times more likely to die of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis as people never exposed to formaldehyde. Photograph: Mark Hennessy London ...
 Irish Times2 weeks ago Funeral Directors face Increased Risk of ALS due to Frequent and Intense Formaldehyde Exposure  Demanjo2 weeks ago Funeral directors 'face MND risk'  Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 weeks ago Formaldehyde in Embalming Fluid May Raise ALS Risk for Funeral Directors: MedlinePlus  Demanjo2 weeks ago
Huffington Post UK

Stephen Hawking Film Makes Man Realise He Has Motor Neurone Disease

When Paul Whyley watched the Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything , he noticed concerning similarities between himself and the lead character. As Professor Hawking, played by actor Eddie Redmayne, was diagnosed with motor neurone ...
 Huffington Post UK3 weeks ago Stephen Hawking Film 'The Theory of Everything' Makes Grandfather Self-Diagnose Motor Neurone Disease  Huffington Post UK3 weeks ago Man Who Watched Stephen Hawking Biopic Diagnoses Self With Motor Neurone Disease  Tech Times3 weeks ago

3 lessons from the #LastSummer backlash

Earlier this year, the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA) launched the #LastSummer campaign, which sought to draw attention to the charity's work in the aftermath of the ice bucket challenge while raising awareness Motor Neurone Disease (MND).
 Charity Digital News1 day ago Kitesurfers set to break a world record to raise vital funds for Motor Neurone Disease research  Noodls2 days ago Global Motor Neurone Diseases Pipeline Insights Report 2015  Individual.com2 weeks ago Research and Markets: Global Motor Neurone Diseases Pipeline Insights Report 2015  Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland2 weeks ago
Pettinga Financial Advisors

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Returning This August

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as motor neuron disease (MND), is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that leads to paralysis, due to the death of motor neurons in the spinal cord and brain. There is no known cure for the ...
 Pettinga Financial Advisors1 week ago Juvenile Lysosomes and Worn-Out Mitochondria Clog Axons in ALS Model  Alzheimer Research Forum1 week ago An Assessment of Possible Neuropathology and Clinical Relationships in 46 Sporadic Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Patient Autopsies  Karger.com2 weeks ago The origin of Lou Gehrig's disease may have just been discovered  Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago

Motor neurone disease sufferer's daughters raise money to pay for Dignitas visit

 9ija News.com2 weeks ago Fresh hope for motor neurone disease sufferers  Herald Sun3 weeks ago 2015 MetLife Awards Go To Haass, Bateman  Alzheimer Research Forum1 week ago
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Stuart Millheiser Investigates a Promising New Biomarker and Therapeutic Target for Those with ALS

ALS is a neurodegenerative disease that is progressive in nature. It causes gradual atrophy and degeneration of specific motor neurons, which are responsible for controlling voluntary movements such as eating, breathing and speaking. ALS paralyzes ...
 Pettinga Financial Advisors6 days ago Association for the Independence of Disabled People Raises Funds for Motor Neurone Disease Drug Trial With Launch of Memory AID Tax Disc  TickerTech.com3 weeks ago Stu Millheiser Investigates the Challenge Put Forth to the ALS Association to Find a Cure Before 2021  Sys-Con Media3 weeks ago Stu Millheiser Investigates Recent Insights into Cellular Mechanisms That Are Responsible for Neurodegenerative Diseases  Reliance Trust3 weeks ago

Plans for a New Clinical Trial Offers Hope to Those With Motor Neurone Disease as a Result of Research at Lancaster University

A remarkable research initiative is emerging in the North-West of England AID, founded by Mr. Paul and the Hon. Mrs. Ruth Adorian MND is a neurodegenerative disease (other well-known examples are Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases). These ...
 Wall Street Select3 weeks ago

Stephen Hawking would 'consider' assisted suicide if he was a burden

Hawking, 73, suffers from motor neurone disease, and has argued that keeping someone alive against their own wishes is the "ultimate indignity".
 Times of India1 month ago Hawking would consider assisted suicide if he was a burden  Rediff.com1 month ago
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