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What is MND - Introduction

People who receive a diagnosis of any serious illness, and those close to them, are very likely to have feelings of shock, anger and despair. This is especially true when people who are fit, well and active, develop very early signs of motor neurone disease (MND).

The shock experienced when hearing the diagnosis frequently means that people do not remember very much of what their neurologist has explained to them. The questions they most frequently ask are:

Click on the links above to find out more on each topic or download this information in the form of a leaflet, click on MND - Some FactsMND-Some Facts provides basic information about MND in the form of frequently asked questions. The leaflet is also available for download in al-'Arabiyyah, Chinese, Croatian, GreekHindi, Italian, Korean, Polish, Serbian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese.

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Where can I find further information?
You can read more information on MND by downloading the brochure MND-More Facts - it provides more detail using a series of questions and answers, offering further depth and breadth to the issues raised in MND -Some Facts. In addition, it responds to a number of other questions.

Information about hereditary factors, different forms of MND, as well as answers to a range of frequently asked questions, is available from the Motor Neurone Disease Association of Victoria phone:(03) 9830 2122, 1800 806 632 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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