We are committed to finding new treatments and, ultimately, cures for people with muscle-wasting conditions.
Leeds supermum Heather Lewins, who was due to take part in September’s now-cancelled Great North Run (GNR), has started her own challenge in a bid to raise money for Muscular Dys
Walking up and down 1000 steps a day is having to become a normal routine for Big 60 fundraisers Georgia Santry and David Burke.
Photography graduate Jordan has praised the University of Cumbria for supporting him to study for and gain a degree while living with a rare muscle-wasting condition.
Primary school teacher Gavin Wilkinson worked all through the pandemic, but that didn’t stop him training and setting out on his own ambitious Great North Run Solo event.
The lockdown has robbed time from nine year old Luke, whose weekly trips to Newcastle for a trial designed for boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy have been paused since 16 March
Scott Mitchell started signing up for fundraising events in 2017 after receiving the devastating news of his son Alex’s late diagnosis of Becker muscular dystrophy in 2015.
From tomorrow, (27 July) two friends from Ipswich will start cycling the 700 miles to Scafell Pike and back in an epic challenge for Muscular Dystrophy UK – despite having barely
Alexandra Gardyne, 33, from Gorebridge, Midlothian, Scotland, was diagnosed with FSHD when she was 22. She is a Muscular Dystrophy UK supporter and volunteer.
Many – though not all – people with a muscle-wasting condition have been shielding because they are classed at high risk of Covid-19.
Jen Envine was diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease in May 2019, when she was 36.