To celebrate our 20th anniversary, MDA’s Quest magazine is highlighting “oldies but goodies” that cover a number of topics
The Quest archives are jam-packed with informative articles about living with neuromuscular disease. In order to share (or re-share) some with you, Quest will be highlighting 20 back-issue articles in each 2013 issue.
Take a peek. It’s just around the corner … “the best week of the year!” Also known as MDA summer camp, children ages 6 to 17 who are registered with MDA can attend camp at no cost to their families. Nearly 80 accessible camp sessions across the country are supported by MDA, offering a wide variety of activities, which may include fishing, archery, horseback riding, adapted sports...
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Clinical trials expert Merit Cudkowicz discusses why it's so hard to find therapies for ALS
Put together the words amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and the phrase clinical trials expert, and one name that is sure to follow is Merit Cudkowicz.
Cudkowicz is chief of neurology and director of the Neurology Clinical Trials Unit and the ALS Center at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston. The longtime MDA grantee also directs the MDA/ALS Center at MGH (one of five sites in MDA’s...
Spring is a time of change and new growth, and MDA is experiencing a lot of both these days. No matter where you look, we’re innovating, extending our reach, leveraging our resources, supporting new initiatives and building partnerships.