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
MNDMultiservice Networking Division (Motorola)
MNDMeasured Network Data (Scoreboard, Inc.)
MNDMedically Non Deployable
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Weir who was diagnosed almost three years ago was speaking after last week's emotional stage appearance at the Edinburgh International Book Festival where he hit out at the 'cut-throat' treatment of MND patients by the health service and spoke of his determination to live for as long as possible to see his children grow up.
Iain McWhirter, head of fundraising at MND Scotland, paid tribute to organisers for helping to fund research.
The technology can also be applied to smart household systems, enabling those living with MND to control home appliances, such as the air conditioner and television, CNA reported.
Their findings, published in the recent issue of the journal Human Brain Mapping reveals how MND affects the neural communication in different brain networks.
But researchers looked into the backgrounds of Scots diagnosed with MND between 2015 and 2017 and found there was no link with social deprivation.
"The MND Association supports people by offering a helpline, financial support, care centres, community services, an online forum and equipment loan.
Today, MND Scotland strives to reduce the impact of MND on the lives of those affected, by offering services such as benefits advice, equipment loans, counselling, advocacy and a grants programme.
Close family friend and chair of the Master Chefs of Great Britain, George McIvor, decided to host the fine-dining experience at the Stirling venue, with a top Scottish culinary line-up, to help in the fight against MND.
To be awarded the OBE for services to rugby, research into MND and the Borders community is particularly special as all three are close to my heart.
" Despite MND having an average life expectancy of just 20 months, Joanalmost 30 years.
"One gentleman I support has been living with MND for the past five years.
"We have already made some individual awards to families but we also recognise that MND Scotland has the experience and resources to help those who need it most.