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    paulandrewfarrow
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    Understanding MND.

    Hello All,

    I have just finished doing some research into MND and have posted what I found on my blog. I never knew how many variants of the disease there were before beginning this research. I hope that people who read this will find some of it useful.

    http://drpaulsbraintalk.com/2011/08/...urone-disease/

    Kind regards,
    Dr Paul

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    Nice succinct piece Dr P, good introduction for those who have little or no understanding of MND.
    Life without love is like a broken pencil..... Pointless.

    http://mndestroyer.wordpress.com/

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    paulandrewfarrow
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    Thanks G60dubber, that was exactly the sort of tone I was going for! Thanks for the support.

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    Hi Dr Paul,

    Thanks for your article, a good read.
    I fit the 'classic' ALS group, played squash for Lancs for 17 years, British National O45 QF in 2007, my ring finger 10mm longer than index, father's side neuro susceptible, Parkinson's, PSP. Thing is, slowly I am recovering. As my muscles recover from atrophy they do pain me but now I do not have drop foot. Still can't walk, but standing is much improved. Any thoughts???

    Best wishes

    Graham

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