MNDA

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MNDAMotor Neurone Disease Association
MNDAMutual Non-Disclosure Agreement
MNDAmyeloid cell nuclear differentiation antigen
MNDAMyeloid Nuclear Differentiation Antigen
MNDAMyanmar National Democracy Alliance
MNDAMuseo Nacional de Antropología (Mexico)
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"We immediately thought it would be a great idea to raise funds for the new hospice planned for Penrhos Stanley Hospital and the Motor Neurone Disease Association. "Having a hospice on the island will be of such great benefit to those families who need it as it's currently a long way to travel to Llandudno from the north of Anglesey - having that care closer to home can only be a good thing."
| Pictured, left to right: Jenny Holmes-Shuttlewood, Barbara Stevens, Jo Joyce, Longcliffe Golf Club Ladies captain Jenny Chambers, Motor Neurone Disease Association (MND) chair Janet McMillan and Paul Wilcock.
Steve Gourley, Sue Procter (2nd left) and Tony Tighe (right), Past Captain, Lady Captain and Rabbits Captains of Elland hand over a PS3000 cheque to Mandy Metcalfe of the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
Charities that have been selected include MIND, Zoe's Place, The Alfie Fund, South Tees Heart Foundation, The Bradley Lowery Foundation, Teesside Hospice, Cancer Research, Motor Neurone Disease Association and Breast Cancer Awareness.
<B Robert Chapman has run 1,030 miles around the perimeter of Wales in memory of his friend Tony John and has raised around PS7,000 for Motor Neurone Disease Association in the process
Prof Ray Linforth, the vice chancellor and principal of University College Birmingham, carried out the ice bucket challenge to highlight the work of charity Motor Neurone Disease Association.
IT'S just astonishing that [euro]1.1million has already been raised for the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association through the much-publicised ice bucket challenge.
The campaign in the Britain has been raising awareness and funds for the Motor Neurone Disease Association, which is leading the fight against the debilitating condition.
Raising money for: Motor Neurone Disease NAME Helen Carter of said: "Myself and three friends, Lauren Morrison, Emily Morrison and Rebecca Crossley have been working so hard since January to raise as much money as possible for The Motor Neurone Disease Association.
"We will be wearing wedding dresses and looking for sponsorship for the Motor Neurone Disease Association."
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.
Louise Coxon of the Scottish Motor Neurone Disease Association said: "Excitement surrounding research arose from the idea that embryonic stem cells which have the potential to grow into any type of cell could possibly be used to replace diseased neurones.