Knowing your exact genetic diagnosis does more than just satisfy your curiosity — it can impact family planning, disease management and participation in clinical trials
posted on February 28, 2012 - 2:02pm
Respondents to MDA’s Transitions Survey — in other words, people with a neuromuscular disease who are in their teens through late 30s — made it clear they had questions about the genetics of their disease, as well as questions about family planning and the value of diagnostic testing.
MDA’s Genetic Counseling Webinar, which occurred Feb. 22, 2012, answers many of those questions.
Having a disability doesn’t mean you can’t find the love of your life; young adults with neuromuscular disease share their stories and advice
posted on February 14, 2012 - 11:54am
If you have limited movement, how do you make the first move on a date? Is it OK to bring a personal care attendant on a date? At what point would you let a "significant other" provide personal care for you?