Tireless Tyrone volunteer Claire O’Hanlon hasn’t stopped fundraising for Duchenne charities since her son Luke was diagnosed with the condition, aged 13 months, in 2012 and
Mitch Coles has blogged about having Duchenne muscular dystrophy and bringing up one baby – now he tells us what it’s like when you have two!
Mitch, 26, and his partner
Four-year old Carmela became a superhero for the day with help from a very special sidekick – comedian Adam Hills.
The nervous excitement is beginning to kick in now! I’m really hoping my new shorts do the trick for the many hours I’m going to be on my bike.
Tony Caruso, 33 from Royston, Hertfordshire, will be taking on the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 for the second time this July in aid of Muscular Dystrophy UK.
Today is FSHD Awareness Day – find out more about the day and the condition here.
Leigh Bishop and his brother-in-law, Lloyd Bridges, from Wales are taking on the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 for Muscular Dystrophy UK this year for their nephew, little Andre
The last thing you want during your first week at a new job is to have to ring to say you’re going to be late because you had to call the police about a taxi driver.
Sam Tisbury not only ran the London Marathon for Muscular Dystrophy UK this year, but also volunteered at the Oxford Town and Gown 10k, inspired by his “hero” uncle.
Moving on from Moving Up: Interview with Kiera Santry, who went from Moving Up work experience to permanent member of staff
Kiera Santry, aged 22, has Limb girdle muscular dystroph
In May this year, Michael Fee will take part in his fourth marathon walk for Muscular Dystrophy UK when he takes on the Belfast marathon.