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  1. Thread: Milestone!

    by nunhead_man
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    Milestone!

    I seem to have reached a milestone in that I was trying to clip some papers together this morning with a bulldog clip and could not open the bulldog clip with my right hand.

    This means my right...
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    Hi Barry Thank you - well out of date this...

    Hi Barry



    Thank you - well out of date this lot then - https://www.dlf.org.uk/content/events

    This 1 a while away - https://www.naidex.co.uk

    And this is more up-to-date -...
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    Good evening Kayleigh Thank you for the...

    Good evening Kayleigh



    Thank you for the wishes for me and my family - S O is away at the moment so my number 2 daughter is looking after me - at least she had dinner with me and then went out...
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    Artificial tail

    Good morning,

    In the hope it may prompt further posts about possible robotic uses to help MND sufferers.

    I hope some of you will find it amusing, if not possible useful....
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  5. Thread: Hello

    by nunhead_man
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    Hi ChrissyG Welcome - and hope that...

    Hi ChrissyG



    Welcome - and hope that developing slowly is a comfort to you?

    With my arm onset I do still cycle at the moment using a bicycle that is amended so that I can brake with one hand...
  6. Thread: Rch4

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    Good afternoon Doblett I see you are now back...

    Good afternoon Doblett

    I see you are now back on the forum after being thrown off after you declared information about me that I shared here outside this forum against the rules thereof.

    If I...
  7. Exploring the electro-mechanical coupling of fasciculations in motor neurone disease

    The full title of this study, in which I participated this morning is "Exploring the electro-mechanical coupling fasciculations in motor neurone disease using surface electromyography and ultrasound;...
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    Hi Dina So sorry to hear that you are still in...

    Hi Dina

    So sorry to hear that you are still in hospital and the social services are screwed up.

    I can see you are having a dark day, or indeed dark days and I am sure I shall have some more of...
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    Good morning I thought it was against the...

    Good morning

    I thought it was against the rules to copy information about members of it outside the forum without permission?

    Because this is what happened to me when you banned Doblett the 1st...
  10. Good morning Hayls I am sorry to hear your...

    Good morning Hayls

    I am sorry to hear your news and hope that you have all the support that you need?

    We do our best here to help each other



    Do please keep us updated with how this goes...
  11. Thread: Rch4

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    Hi, Speaking is a charity expert of some...

    Hi,

    Speaking is a charity expert of some long-standing the designation of "informal charitable organization" is meaningless.

    I take this from https://rch4als.com/rch4-charity

    An organisation...
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    Good afternoon Dina Just popping in to add my...

    Good afternoon Dina

    Just popping in to add my 2 pennies worth to say great and hope you are now beginning to feel stronger and better?

    Warmly
  13. ILM founding member Crispin Ellison dies

    Loss of a legacy expert and 1 of my mentors in this sector of fundraising
    ...
  14. Hi Ellie Yes, I had known that NurOwn was...

    Hi Ellie



    Yes, I had known that NurOwn was in phase 3 trials, but wondered if what I described was a different approach that might produce results.

    Do we have any idea if the NurOwn trial is...
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    Hi Terry Strangely, I saw the Stephen...

    Hi Terry



    Strangely, I saw the Stephen Hawking film between the time I had the 1st signs of MND and the time I was diagnosed. I have always wondered if the decision to go for tracheostomy was...
  16. Madeleine Lancaster and growing a brain

    I am interested in an article in this week's version of the Economist (August 31 of September 6, 2019) that discusses growing "cerebral organoids"

    This is a stem cell process where the cells are...
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    Hi Sarah, and thank you all This is indeed...

    Hi Sarah, and thank you all



    This is indeed the kind of thing I wanted and I realise that as Ellie says it makes a sombre list - but then I sometimes do feel really sombre.

    I hear what you...
  18. Thread: Rch4

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    Good evening Ionel That would be me - and...

    Good evening Ionel



    That would be me - and the correspondence that I had about it was posted in this forum without my permission, resulting in somebody being banned from it.

    Best wishes
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    Hi Wailywoo I am quite early on in this...

    Hi Wailywoo

    I am quite early on in this disease and so learning about how to cope with it to a great extent by participating in this forum.

    I have been interested how my damaged left hand...
  20. Good morning Jude You seem to have posted...

    Good morning Jude



    You seem to have posted at the tag end of a thread about mobile phone access, which is a bit ironic really as it says something about the usability of the forum.

    I hope...
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    Good morning Hope everyone is having a good...

    Good morning

    Hope everyone is having a good bank holiday Monday?

    I too am stuck with Glentek and as mentioned above, they do dissolve quite quickly in the mouth if you are not careful careful...
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    Good afternoon Sue I too am sorry to hear that...

    Good afternoon Sue

    I too am sorry to hear that your partner is in hospital. I can only wish him the best.

    Also, it is an only too common assumption that people with high blood sugar have...
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    Good afternoon Adam And welcome for me too ...

    Good afternoon Adam

    And welcome for me too

    I note what you say about carers - joys to come for us here I guess!

    I note you decided that the breathing assist was not something for you - do...
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    Checklist for losing the use of your arms

    Good afternoon all

    As you will know I have arm onset MND, which means I am slowly losing use of my hands and arms - perhaps 50% left on my left, and 90% left in my right just now - still have a...
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    Good evening, A bit of an update as I have...

    Good evening,

    A bit of an update as I have been cheered up by having sorted our the spectre of heart trouble hanging over my head since I was stopped starting a drug trial in May 2019. At that...
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