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A drug that can treat an underlying genetic cause of a muscle-wasting condition has been accepted for use on NHSScotland, it was announced today.
Prince Philip, Royal Patron of Muscular Dystrophy UK, has died.
SMA gene treatment Zolgensma accepted for restricted use within NHS Scotland
Local authorities will soon be invited to ‘opt in’ to receive a proportion of the £30m funding, based on need, to install facilities in existing buildings their communities.
A group of charities, including Muscular Dystrophy UK, is urging for the approval of a drug that can treat an underlying genetic cause of a life-limiting muscle-wasting condition.
Catherine Woodhead is embarking on a huge challenge of walking the distance between Land’s End and John O’Groats (LeJog)
It is with deep sadness that Muscular Dystrophy UK has learned of the death of Valerie Patrick following a period of ill health.
CEO Catherine Woodhead has added her name to an open letter as part of the #RightNow campaign.
Breaking Covid-19 news: Extra 820,000 vulnerable people in England to be offered vaccine and advised to shield16/02/2021
A new technology called QCovid can analyse a combination of risk factors based on medical records to assess whether somebody may be more vulnerable than was previously understood.
Carmela will be presented with the Points of Light award - which recognises outstanding individual volunteers who inspire others - in a virtual ceremony next week.