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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...
Becca Niebrugge runs to honor her uncle, who fought a brave battle against ALS
Becca Niebrugge has long been inspired by her uncle Mike Mitchell, who, like Becca’s dad, was an avid long-distance runner. But it was the painful experience of watching ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) abruptly strip her uncle of his ability to run, before ultimately claiming his life in April 2013, that finally compelled Becca to tackle a full marathon herself.
The research news featured in this section is a compilation of Quest News Online and MDA/ALS Newsmagazine Online articles posted between issues of the print magazine (Aug. 21-Nov. 8, 2013).
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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.