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“Are we there yet?..No”- Anne Kastelic (Caregiver, Ohio)

“Are we there yet?..No”- Anne Kastelic (Caregiver, Ohio)

Caregiver Blog Post #2 The road to diagnosis... Are we there yet?...No Now?...No When are we going to get there? Said anyone who has taken a road trip.  Our trip took 3 1/2 years to get a doctor to agree to a diagnosis of "possible/probable MSA" and we were seeing...

Advocate’s Blog

Researcher’s Blog

SEMINAR: “A-Syn Conformational Strains and Patient Perspective”

SEMINAR: “A-Syn Conformational Strains and Patient Perspective”

MSA Researcher Raphaella So, PhD candidate (Toronto), and Defeat MSA Patient Advocate Beverly K. Wilson offer some informed insights on Multiple System Atrophy in a recent talk sponsored by our friends at Cure Parkinson’s UK. Beverly’s presentation describes the...

“Sticking With MSA” -Dr. Wouter Peelearts (Researcher, Michigan)

“Sticking With MSA” -Dr. Wouter Peelearts (Researcher, Michigan)

Sticking with Multiple System Atrophy

Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) is a rare brain disorder that until recently was largely ignored by the research community. MSA is a rapidly progressing neurodegenerative disease caused by a decline of the body’s most basic and vital functions including breathing, digestion, urination, controlling blood pressure and movement.

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