MDA is an excellent source of current, accurate and practical information about all the diseases in its program, and about living with a neuromuscular disease. Information is available in print, video and online.
This site contains thousands of pages of in-depth information, including:
This award-winning online publication features research news and analysis, blogs about lifew with ALS and monthly feature stories. It also provides practical information for individuals and families living with ALS.
This award-winning quarterly publication is free to those MDA serves. Each issue contains articles about research, health and living with muscle disease, including parenting, caregiving, independent living, helpful products and strategies, legislation and profiles of interesting people. Also, the online magazine site offers everything in the print magazine, up-to-the-minute research news and more.
Visit MDA's disease pages for a concise, informative overview of each of the more than 40 diseases in its program. Other publications include detailed guidebooks for caregivers, parents and teachers, and booklets about coping with medical and daily living challenges. All publications are free to those served by MDA and can be downloaded online or obtained through your local MDA office.
MDA offers several professionally produced videos covering medical issues of interest to people with muscle diseases. These include:
"One of the things that we're really keeping up on is the status of research. That's a big deal for us, and there's always updates on research that come through either Quest magazine or the MDA website."
— Bill Stehling, Arizona, parent of a child affected by Duchenne muscular dystrophy
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