MND

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AcronymDefinition
MNDMotor Neurone Disease
MNDMulti-National Division (NATO)
MNDMinistry of National Defense
MNDMound
MNDMitigated Negative Declaration
MNDMinistry of National Development (Singapore)
MNDMicro-Nutrient Deficiency
MNDMapped Network Drive
MNDA Midsummer Night's Dream
MNDMount Notre Dame (high school; Ohio)
MNDMakes No Difference
MNDMedical Necessity Determination
MNDMinister of National Defense (Canadian)
MNDMarried Not Dead
MNDMontagne et Neige Développement (French: Mountain and Snow Development; ski area development and protection association)
MNDMission Need Document
MNDMission Need Determination
MNDMeasured Network Data (Scoreboard, Inc.)
MNDMultiservice Networking Division (Motorola)
MNDMedically Non Deployable
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Motor neurone disease, of unknown aetiology, is cruel and fatal.
Motor neurone disease is a condition that progressively damages parts of the nervous system.
She would be able to communicate in a similar way to physicist Stephen Hawking, who has Motor Neurone Disease, and speaks through a small computer attached to his wheelchair.
Ted Parr with late | wife Mary (inset), who died of motor neurone disease aged 71 in 2001
The initial chapters of this report provide an orientation of motor neurone disease partnering trends.
The Motor Neurone Disease Association provides information and support for people with MND.
Joe Lynch National manager Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association
Mother-of-three Mrs Mc-Donagh was at the hospital in Stockport, Cheshire, last summer while being treated for pneumonia, as her condition with motor neurone disease got progressively worse.
This simple, but carefully conducted study raises some interesting questions about how events occurring before birth may increase the risk of developing motor neuron disease later in life," the BBC quoted Dr Brian Dickie of the Motor Neurone Disease Association, as saying.
Warwickshire-based specialist faade contractor Alumet raised a total of pounds 2,185 for Motor Neurone Disease Association through a number of fundraising events during 2010.
A DEDICATED former headmaster has lost his battle with motor neurone disease.
Jinky, who died of motor neurone disease in March, spent years campaigning for research.