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MND in the Media
For the first time Northern Tasmanians living with motor neurone disease will be able to access a therapeutic trial, right on their doorstop.
Motor Neurone Disease Australia has launched a campaign to call on the Government to make access to support services fair for ALL people diagnosed with motor neurone disease (MND).
Sean Dorney left the ABC in 2014 after 40 years of award-winning reporting from the Pacific region.
He's facing a new challenge now — Sean has been recently diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease.
Pages 26-27 of the latest edition of Inspire Magazine feature research funded by the MND Research Institute of Australia. This is where MND Tasmania sends the funds raised by and donated to MND Tasmania supporters for research.
When someone is given a diagnosis of motor neurone disease it impacts on all those around them, particularly their family and friends. Supporting someone with MND is best done as part of a team effort. Contact our information service to receive a wide range of health and support information and services that are available to help people diagnosed with MND live life.
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