MND Australia

Motor neurone disease (MND) is the name given to a group of rapidly progressive neurological diseases that cause increasing and complex levels of disability leading to death, usually within five years of diagnosis. The most common form of MND is amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Each day two Australians die of this cruel disease and two Australians are newly diagnosed. Although MND was first described nearly 150 years ago there is still no cure and no effective treatments.

MND Australia is the national peak body for MND raising awareness and advocating to ensure the best possible care for people who are living with MND and research to find the causes, treatments and ultimately a cure. The MND Australia network comprises of six MND Associations, representing all states and territories, and the MND Research Institute of Australia who work together to advance, promote and influence local and national efforts to acheive our mission of a 'world without MND'.

 
 
 
 

 
 
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End Mnd ($5)

ADAM IS ONE OF AROUND 2000 AUSTRALIANS LIVING WITH MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE (MND)  Adam Regal was diagnosed with MND in 2013 at the age of 30. As... Read More

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Research To Help Find A Cure For Mnd

There is a cure… we just haven’t found it yet. The last 12 months have seen significant advances in genetic research into motor neurone disease and... Read More

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Build A Pathway Of Care

MNDcare assists Australian health professionals and community care workers to help people living with motor neurone disease to live better for long... Read More

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Newly Diagnosed Information

A diagnosis of motor neurone disease (MND) is devastating. People with MND need immediate access to detailed, accurate information and long term su... Read More

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End Mnd ( $25)

ADAM IS ONE OF AROUND 2000 AUSTRALIANS LIVING WITH MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE (MND) Adam Regal was diagnosed with MND in 2013 at the age of 30. As his n... Read More

AUD $50

Build A Pathway Of Care

MNDcare assists Australian health professionals and community care workers to help people living with motor neurone disease to live better for long... Read More