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My good friend, Amy, has convinced me to get back on a bike again by joining her in participating in the 3rd annual CYCLE 4 CMT on August 28. Last year, I went to this event to support Amy, raise some money for CMT, and enjoy the party. Continue reading
We’ve all seen the ALS Awareness Bucket Campaign and how ALS successfully raised over $109 million, well now comes the CMT Awareness Challenge. I’ve been nominated for this challenge to write 3 things that I am grateful for relating to CMT, over the next 5 days.
I believe the point is to help people understand what it’s like to have CMT, and let them know where they can donate to find a treatment to stop the progression. Continue reading
In conjunction with the Starry Night benefit for CMT in Albany, NY, you can once again try your luck on our raffle for four one-day Park Hopper® tickets for use at the Magic Kingdom®, Epcot®, Disney’s Hollywood Studios™ and Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Park Florida. (valued at $496)
http://www.cmtausa.org/url/disneyraffle Continue reading
New Art show installed at the Art de Cure gallery for CMT at CPO (Clinical Prosthetics+Orthotics) benefitting the Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association
NOW SHOWING: “Gracelines”
DATES: JUNE 14, 2013 – JANUARY 10, 2014
Starry Night for CMT Reception and Dedication of gallery in memoriam for Christine A. Hook on December 5, 2013 Thursday from 4-7 PM. Featuring Silent Auction of Original art work, jewelry, gift baskets, gift cards and complimentary light fare.
Meet The Blogger Behind Parsimonious Pash Interview by Melinda Lang How did you decide to become a blogger? Honestly this is probably one of the toughest questions you could ask. I tried my way with a couple of blogs before … Continue reading
ADX71441 has shown efficacy in multiple preclinical models including: CMT1A, Addex is also advancing several preclinical programs including: GABA-BR positive allosteric modulator (PAM) for Charcot-Marie-Tooth (type 1a) disease, spasticity in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), pain, overactive bladder and other disorders. Continue reading
Studies show that people who suffer from debilitating diseases tend to have a higher risk of depression. It can be a struggle getting up every day when you have a major medical condition. Despite what the name would seem to indicate, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease is not a disease of the teeth, but rather a very serious nerve disorder that can make leading a normal life difficult. People who suffer from CMT experience a progressive weakness in the extremities due to a weakening of the nerves. Continue reading
As a child I always knew I was different, but never really knew anything was wrong. I was always the last one picked in gym class, could never run a mile in the amount of time that is required to even pass gym. To this day I am sure that the teacher “fudged” my time just to get me out. Continue reading
At the CMTA support group leader conference in Chicago, a speaker encouraged us to tell at least one person each day about Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) disorder. Thereby, spreading awareness of this disease, which affects an estimated 5 million people worldwide, and yet most have never heard of. Today, while getting an ultrasound of my spleen, four more people learned about CMT. Continue reading