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The Ride | MND Association

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Visit 🤍 for more. Imagine a terrifying roller coaster ride where every turn and loop brings you closer to death... Around 5,000 people are stuck on this ride right now in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. That's why they need your help. Your donation can fund care support and research to defeat motor neurone disease and stop this ride once and for all. Together, we can #TakeOverMND. This film shows the devastating effects of motor neurone disease portrayed as a terrifying roller coaster ride. It has been produced to raise public awareness of MND and does contain scenes that some people may find upsetting.

Motor Neuron Disease, Animation

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Upper and lower motor neuron diseases: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Progressive bulbar palsy (PBP), Primary lateral sclerosis (PLS), Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) - Werdnig-Hoffmann disease, Kugelberg-Welander disease, Spinobulbar muscular atrophy (SBMA) - Kennedy’s disease, Post-polio syndrome (PPS). Symptoms, diagnosis, progression, expected lifespan. This video is available for instant download licensing here: 🤍 ©Alila Medical Media. All rights reserved. Voice by : Marty Henne Support us on Patreon and get early access to videos and free image downloads: patreon.com/AlilaMedicalMedia All images/videos by Alila Medical Media are for information purposes ONLY and are NOT intended to replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Motor neuron disease is a group of rare neurological conditions in which motor neurons - the nerve cells that control skeletal muscle movement – are progressively degenerated. Loss of motor neurons results in muscle weakness that gradually worsens over time, impairing the body’s ability to move, eat, speak, or even breathe. Usually, motor instructions from the brain are transmitted to the muscles via 2 neurons: an upper motor neuron starts in the primary motor cortex of the cerebrum; and a lower motor neuron continues from the brainstem or spinal cord, forming the corticobulbar and corticospinal tracts, respectively. The corticobulbar tracts control muscles of the face, head, and neck and are responsible for facial expression, speech, swallowing, among others. The corticospinal tracts control muscles of the torso and limbs. Lesions of upper and lower motor neurons affect the muscles in different ways. A loss of upper motor neuron function often leads to increased muscle tone, muscle stiffness, known as spasticity, and overresponsive reflexes. On the other hand, lower motor neuron lesions often result in reduced muscle tone, flaccid paralysis, and muscle wasting and twitching. The many forms of motor neuron disease are classified according to whether the loss of neuron function is inherited or sporadic, and whether the condition affects upper or lower motor neurons. The most common form is amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, ALS, which affects both upper and lower motor neurons. Patients typically present with spastic paralysis and overactive reflexes in the lower limbs; and flaccid paralysis and reduced responses in the upper limbs, along with tongue twitching. In the later stage, symptoms may also include slurred speech, and difficulty swallowing and breathing. Most people with ALS die from respiratory failure, typically within a few years from diagnosis, although a small number of patients may survive for a much longer time. ALS usually strikes in midlife, but it can occur in people of any age. Most ALS cases are sporadic, only about 10% are inherited, with at least a dozen of genes involved. Progressive bulbar palsy, PBP, affects the lower motor neurons that originate from the brainstem, also known as the bulbar region. Symptoms include difficulty chewing, swallowing, and speaking. PBP is sometimes considered a subtype of ALS, because most PBP patients eventually also develop widespread muscle weakness. Primary lateral sclerosis, PLS, affects only upper motor neurons. PLS progresses much more slowly than ALS and is not usually fatal. However, because a number of ALS cases start out as PLS, a PLS diagnosis is considered definitive only after at least 4 years. Spinal muscular atrophy, SMA, is a group of genetic disorders affecting lower motor neurons. There are many different forms of SMA, caused by mutations in different genes, with different modes of inheritance. The three main forms are due to defects in the same SMN1 gene (autosomal recessive), but differ in age of onset, severity. Spinobulbar muscular atrophy, or Kennedy’s disease, is a form of SMA caused by mutations in the androgen receptor gene on the X chromosome. This disease typically strikes in adulthood and affects mostly men (X-linked inheritance). Early symptoms include tremor, lower limb weakness, and tongue twitching. Late symptoms include widespread muscle weakness and wasting. The disease however progresses very slowly, with most patients having a normal lifespan. Post-polio syndrome, PPS, is a condition that affects polio survivors, sometimes decades after the initial illness. Symptoms include muscle and joint weakness and pain, twitches, muscle wasting, and intolerance to cold. Some patients may also have difficulty breathing and swallowing. PPS is usually not fatal. There is no cure for motor neuron disease, but supportive treatments can relieve symptoms and may help maintain quality of life.

Rob Burrow's journey with MND

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We sat down with Rob and Lindsey Burrow to talk about Rob's journey with Motor Neurone Disease and what the new centre means to them. We also spoke to Dr Agam Jung, Consultant Neurologist at Leeds Teaching Hospitals about MND and the difference Rob has made by sharing his experience. Imagine what difference this centre will make thanks to your donations 🤍

Gemma's life with MND #MyEyesSay

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Read Gemma's full story. Our mission is a world free from MND/ALS. Find out more and join the fight 🤍.

Bruno's Story - MND | Palliative Care | Dignity Therapy

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~Dedicated to the memory of Bruno Cozzella~ Bruno was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) in 2016. In early 2018, Bruno took part in Barwon Health's Dignity Therapy Program, a process which brought him a measure of peace as he approached his final months.

What is motor neurone disease (MND)?

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Our mission is a world free from MND/ALS. Find out more and join the fight 🤍.

My MND Diagnosis - Sam Tooze

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Our mission is a world free from MND/ALS. Find out more and join the fight 🤍

"This is a death sentence. I knew" - Billy Reilly on MND | My Broken Brain | RTÉ One

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My Broken Brain looks follows the fortunes of patients diagnosed with neurological disorders from the treatable to the incurable. Here Billy Reilly and wife Sharon discuss the moment when they were told that he had Motor Neurone Disease and what the meant for him. My Broken Brain, RTÉ One, Tuesday, July 17th at 9.35pm See more at: 🤍

Ian and Rachael Flatt: Our journey with MND

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We spoke to Ian and Rachael Flatt about their family's experience with MND. 56-year-old Ian was diagnosed with MND in early 2019 and receives care and treatment at the current Motor Neurone Disease Centre at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. Rachael and Ian speak about the impact MND has had on their lives, why we need a new centre in Leeds and the difference this would make to families like theirs. On May 4th, Ian is climbing Snowdon in his tangerine dream machine to raise funds for our Rob Burrow Centre for MND appeal and the MND Association. You can find out more and donate to Ian's fundraiser here 🤍

MND Research Update: Professor Naomi Wray

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Could the differences that make us unique prove the catalyst to discovering a cure for Motor Neurone Disease? #IMB researcher Professor Naomi Wray is searching the human genetic code to find the answer. Institute for Molecular Bioscience | 🤍 Facebook | 🤍 Twitter | 🤍 LinkedIn | 🤍

Neurodegenerative Disorders Part I - Dementia, Alzheimer's, MND, MS

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🤍 A very introduction to the Pathophysiology of some Neurodegenerative disorder. Song by: Angus and Julia stone - Devils tears WATCH PART II on FACEBOOK!! :::: 🤍

Tony Judt on having Motor Neuron Disease

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Historian and author, Tony Judt, speaks to Ed Pilkington about living and working with motor neuron disease and his reasons for considering euthanasia

The courageous Dr Ian Davis: finding a MND cure | 60 Minutes Australia

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This is a story of courage and inspiration. Dr Ian Davis was in the prime of his life, and part of the team charged with curing leukemia, when he diagnosed himself with motor neuron disease. He knew straight away he had very limited time left, so Ian set out to achieve more than most of us would in a lifetime. He’s jumped out of planes, jammed on stage with Pearl Jam, set up his own brewery, and ridden a specially designed bike from Brisbane to Sydney to raise money for MND research. Then Ian began reading books to his unborn son, in case he lost the use of his voice, or worse still, never got to meet him. Ray Martin has been with Ian every step of the way on this emotional journey, and was there when Ian’s final wish came true. Subscribe here: 🤍 Full Episodes here 🤍 60 Minutes Australia (2014) WATCH more of 60 Minutes Australia: 🤍 LIKE 60 Minutes Australia on Facebook: 🤍 FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia on Twitter: 🤍 FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia on Instagram: 🤍 For forty years, 60 Minutes have been telling Australians the world’s greatest stories. Tales that changed history, our nation and our lives. Reporters Liz Hayes, Allison Langdon, Tara Brown, Charles Wooley, Liam Bartlett and Sarah Abo look past the headlines because there is always a bigger picture. Sundays are for 60 Minutes. #60MinutesAustralia

What is MND

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Why supporting MND NSW is important

Woman’s shock at MND diagnosis following years of dancing

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A young woman who had danced from the age of two has spoken of her shock after being diagnosed with MND at just 21. Natalie Rushton from East Kilbride was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease five months ago, and initially thought her symptoms were injuries caused by years of dancing. “I just thought of people dying and that it was only for older people. I never thought younger people would have it. I was in shock to be honest,” Natalie explained.

Doddie Weir: 'My fight against MND is bigger than ever'

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The former Scotland and Lions lock continues to battle motor neurone disease, amazing his doctors and inspiring thousands of sufferers. In this documentary Doddie Weir, gives an insight into the challenges of living with MND, how it has changed his day to day life but why it has not changed his outlook. Subscribe to The Telegraph on YouTube ► 🤍 Get the latest headlines: 🤍 Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture.

Anna's Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Story

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Produced by Exponline Official Directed by Tomas Gonzalez Editorial by Natalia Lizama Social: 🤍 If you are in a position to donate your support would be greatly appreciated. MND SA in South Australia, Australia Laurel Hospice at the Flinders Medical Centre in South Australia, Australia In the simplest terms, MND attacks and kills the motor nerve cells within the brain and spinal cord, essentially destroying the means by which messages from the brain and spine are sent to control all the body’s voluntary muscles. When they are gone, the muscles waste away and die, taking with them the ability to move forever. The disease marches on, trapping the sufferer within his or her own body, until the muscles that control breathing die, leading to a gradual suffocation and ultimately respiratory failure and death. MND is uncommon but not rare. Recent statistics estimate there are approximately 2,200 people in Australia currently diagnosed with MND. 400 new cases are diagnosed each year and the average age of onset is 50 years old.

MND Australia

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Learn about motor neurone disease and the work of both MND Australia and the state MND Associations

Doddie Weir On Being Diagnosed With Motor Neuron Disease | Lorraine

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Subscribe now for more! 🤍 Former Scottish Rugby Union player Doddie Weir speaks about being diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease and how he is doing his bit in an attempt to find a cure for the disease. Broadcast on 29/11/18 Like, follow and subscribe to Lorraine! Website: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Lorraine brings you up-to-date topical stories, the biggest celebrity interviews and tasty recipes as well as finger-on-the-pulse fashion tips and health advice from Dr Hilary Jones. Presenter Lorraine Kelly welcomes guests in her warm and friendly studio setting, where the likes of Mark Heyes, Dan Wootton and Dr Hilary Jones share knowledge in their expert fields. Join Lorraine every weekday on ITV at 8.30am. 🤍

Motor Neuron Disease; Who develops it, why, and what we are doing about it?

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Dr Emma Scotter Head, Motor Neuron Disease Research Lab, Centre for Brain Research, University of Auckland As many as 150 New Zealanders are diagnosed with motor neuron disease (MND) each year. The rate of MND in New Zealand is among the highest in the world, but who develops the disease and why? MND can run in families but is most often diagnosed in people with no family history, who are caught totally unaware. In this talk, I will discuss the factors that increase the risk of developing MND; namely genetics and environmental agents. I will also discuss what we know about MND in New Zealand, based on findings from our national genetics study and our programme of human brain tissue research, and put this into context against international findings. Finally, I will detail how collaboration between our biomedical research team, various clinical teams, and the patient care and advocacy group MND NZ, is enabling the establishment of NZ clinical trials for MND. Dr Scotter was the recipient of a W & B Miller Doctoral Scholarship in 2005, and a Neurological Foundation travel grant in 2007 and has served on Neurological Foundation Scientific Advisory Committees in 2019 and 2021. This talk will be of interest to people living with MND, their families and friends, students, clinicians, and anyone who has ever wondered about neurodegeneration or the brain. Bring along your questions and your curiosity!

Alper's story: living with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or motor neuron disease (MND)

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Alper, from Turkey, lives with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or motor neuron disease (MND). A retired ophthalmologist, his focus is to raise awareness of ALS/MND for the estimated 6-8,000 people living in Turkey with this rare disease that weakens muscles and impacts the ability to move, speak, eat and eventually breathe. The rapid progression of the disease means the level of support a person needs is constantly changing. Here, Alper explains how he came to terms with his diagnosis over time. Learn more about ALS/MND at 🤍 and 🤍

What is motor neurone disease (MND)?

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This video, in simple terms, outlines what motor neurone disease is. It's an animation that you can share with family and friends when they ask about the disease. Our mission is a world free from MND/ALS. Find out more and join the fight 🤍.

Eating & Drinking Guide | MND Association

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Get your own free copy of our Eating & Drinking Guide here 🤍 Our mission is a world free from MND/ALS. Find out more and join the fight.

Making Videogames More Inclusive for People Living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND)

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Dr Kirsten Harley, Dr Matthew Harrison, Dr Natasha Dwyer and Dr Ben O'Mara discuss their "mapping" of research and practice for what may make videogames easier to play with Motor Neurone Disease (MND). The video was presented at the Games for Change Asia Pacific Festival in October 2021.

MND Week 2022 Stories

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For MND Week 2022, you have shared your stories about MND, and the experience you and your loved ones have with the disease.

MND Care Audit Tool

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Our mission is a world free from MND/ALS. Find out more and join the fight 🤍

MND researcher Justin Yerbury’s fight to find cure | Australian Story

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In a span of six weeks, Justin Yerbury lost his mother, grandmother and aunt, all to the same condition — motor neurone disease. Now the world-renowned MND researcher is battling his own diagnosis while he continues to search for a cure. This is his Australian Story.

Motor Neuron Disease Treatment Results | No. 3196

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Sitting without support and walking with walker improved after Motor Neuron Disease treatment. #motorneurondisease #mnd #als #disability #neurological #disorders #incurable #stemcell #bonemarrow #transplant #treatment #physiotherapy #occupationaltherapy #rehabilitation #alternative For more information please visit 🤍neurogen.in 🤍neurogenbsi.com 🤍stemcellsmumbai.com 🤍stemcellforautism.com 🤍stemcellspublications.com 🤍stemcelltherapyvideos.com

Non Invasive Ventilation and MND

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Explains the benefits of using non-invasive ventilation (NIV) while living with motor neurone disease.

Living with MND

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Kirsten, like too many others, is living with Motor Neuron Disease. This is her story. 🤍

MND : Ian's Story

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Watch Ian tell his story as he fights against his MND diagnosis. Ian supports the ongoing work of Funding Neuro as we fight to bring the much needed breakthrough in this battle! To support the MND appeal please visit our Just Giving page 🤍 Learn More 🤍

Doddie Weir, Rob Burrow and Stephen Darby talk living with motor neurone disease (MND)

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Sally Nugent meets Doddie Weir, Rob Burrow and Stephen Darby in an exclusive interview for BBC Breakfast. The three of them have all been diagnosed with motor neurone disease (MND). All at different stages of the disease, this is the first time the trio have met. They talk openly with each other about the incurable condition, the impact on them and their families.

What is Motor Neurone Disease (MND)?

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MND affects everyone differently. No journey is the same. These families who have been affected by MND explain what MND is and how it has affected them.

MND Week 2021 Stories

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During MND Week 2021, our MND Community came together to share their stories - here they tell us about their MND experiences, and the MND journeys of their loved ones.

Frank & Nancy's heartbreaking MND story

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Frank and Nancy Trimboli have been married for 13 years. In August, 2015, Nancy was diagnosed with MND. The disease has thrown many challenges their way, but Nancy's strength has been a source of inspiration for her husband.

Introduction to ALS/MND Genetics

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Recent discoveries are adding significant knowledge to the understanding of genetics in ALS/MND and potential treatments. This webinar provided an overview of the current ALS/MND landscape and an understanding of genetics, so that people impacted by ALS/MND and their families have the basic tools to understand what this means and their options. We would love to get your feedback on this webinar "Introduction to ALS/MND Genetics". If you could take a moment to fill out this survey it would be much appreciated: 🤍

Legacy: A Ride to Conquer MND Trailer - Scott Sullivan

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Scott Talks about the ride, the planned documentary Legacy, and how we need your help to make this film. Please support our cause at 🤍pozible.com/legacyfilm

2019 LWWMND - Breathing and MND - Collette Menadue

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Dr Collette Menadue - Senior Physiotherapist, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Presented at MND NSW, Living Well with MND day at Ryde on 22 October 2019. Collette in her presentation covered, the effect of MND on breathing, cough and sleep, signs and symptoms of respiratory muscle weakness, assessment of respiratory system function, management of breathing problems in people with MND

Motor Neuron Disease Patient From Australia Sebastian Feels Stronger after Stem Cell Treatment

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Sebastian Ravi, 63, was diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease (MND) in Australia. He came to Bangkok, Thailand for Stem Cell Treatment with Unique Access Medical. In this video, Sebastian and his wife talk about his treatment experience after which he feels much stronger and happier. They were impressed with the entire staff and facilities and also found the location to be very convenient. Please visit globalstemcells.com to learn more our treatments.

Race against time for terrible 'family curse' of motor neuron disease | 60 Minutes Australia

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Subscribe here: 🤍 Full Episodes: 🤍 | Race against time (2005) It all looks so perfect. A rock solid marriage, two terrific kids, a close-knit, loving family. It seems Stacey Crawford has it all. But, you really wouldn't want to swap places with her for anything in the world. Stacey has MND, a cruel, insidious disease that's slowly shutting down her system, slowly killing her. It's likely she'll never see her children grow up. And even worse, they too could have this dreadful family curse. But as Richard Carleton reports there's been a startling new discovery in America, there's hope of a cure. But for the Crawfords, it's a desperate race against time. WATCH more of 60 Minutes Australia: 🤍 LIKE 60 Minutes Australia on Facebook: 🤍 FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia on Twitter: 🤍 FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia on Instagram: 🤍 For forty years, 60 Minutes have been telling Australians the world’s greatest stories. Tales that changed history, our nation and our lives. Reporters Liz Hayes, Tom Steinfort, Tara Brown, Liam Bartlett and Sarah Abo look past the headlines because there is always a bigger picture. Sundays are for 60 Minutes. #60MinutesAustralia

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