One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘a new laboratory focusing its research on finding new ways to treat MND and other neurodegenerative diseases’short for motor neurone disease
- ‘Professor Stephen Hawking is exceptional; he has survived with MND for more than 35 years.’
- ‘Charles, who lived with his wife Sarah and two of his children, discovered he had MND in August 2000.’
- ‘Motor neurone disease (MND), or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, is a progressive, usually fatal neuromuscular disease.’
- ‘It funds vital research into causes, treatments and a cure for MND.’
- ‘The cause of MND isn't known.’
- ‘In these cases MND started quite early, in the [patient's] 20s or 30s.’
- ‘There is no single test for MND.’
- ‘People with MND can still think and feel, but their muscles refuse to work.’
- ‘At least three people a day die from MND in the UK.’
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