MDA re-launches its flagship publication, with a fresh look and the same high-quality content for people living with muscle disease
The Winter 2014 issue of Quest marks a new chapter for MDA’s flagship publication in print. Our goal with this redesign is to provide you, our dedicated readership, with a more contemporary and visually dynamic resource through which to present the research news and broader narratives that matter most to MDA families and supporters and all those affected by neuromuscular disease.
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News and updates from the MDA community
Featured in this issue: Muscle Walk in full swing across the country; anti-bullying advocate with Friedreich's ataxia publishes new book; MDA Clinical Conference to be held in March; MDA Team Momentum hits the ground running; Shamrocks program raises millions for the cause; MDA Art Collection achieves milestone; accessible playground database now available; Muscular Dystrophy Coordinating...
A breathtaking view: Visions for 2014 worthy of the work ahead (CEO update)
As I travel from state to state, city to city, I continue to have the privilege of meeting ordinary people doing extraordinary things. They faithfully pledge their leadership and support to MDA, making it possible for us to fund worldwide research, provide comprehensive health care services and support to MDA families nationwide, and rally communities to fight back against muscle disease.
Two-hour show on ABC carries messages of hope and urgency to a broad audience, as the MDA telethon completes its 48th Labor Day weekend broadcast
Although it was broadcast as usual on Labor Day weekend, the 48th annual telethon was anything but usual. For the first time in its history, the show was carried exclusively by one national network — ABC — a move that resulted in the best viewership in decades and was double last year’s show.
New painting joins MDA Art Collection
The Muscular Dystrophy Coordinating Committee brings together advocates and federal agencies with the goal of expanding, strengthening and coordinating MD research and care efforts
Update (Sept. 4, 2013): A videocast of the Aug. 26, 2013, MDCC meeting is now available. See Muscular Dystrophy Coordinating Committee (MDCC) Meeting — August 2013. Watch presentations by Valerie Cwik, MDA's executive vice president and chief medical and scientific officer, at time point 2:31:47; and Annie Kennedy, MDA's senior vice president for advocacy, at time point 4:11:26.