One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A progressive disease that involves degeneration of the motor neurons and wasting of the muscles.
- ‘He is a committed Christian who since contracting motor neuron disease has been keen to try to alleviate the suffering of everyone with the condition.’
- ‘She wants to die before motor neuron disease stops her heart.’
- ‘When I got worse, it was determined that I also had a ‘nonspecific motor neuron disease.’’
- ‘In Britain it is usually called motor neuron disease.’
- ‘Pat battled against motor neuron disease for a few years before finally succumbing to it.’
- ‘The next step for McKay was to ask his father for some land to secure a loan of £100,000 to develop communication aid software for people with disabilities such as motor neuron disease and cerebral palsy.’
- ‘Now the scientist who is crippled by a motor neuron disease says he was wrong.’
- ‘Studies have shown that consumption of some species of cassava as a staple diet could lead to chronic health problems such as nutritional neuropathies, endemic goitre and upper motor neuron disease.’
- ‘The embryonic stem cells that we derive in this way will only be used for research into motor neuron disease.’
- ‘To date these abnormalities are manifest in rheumatoid arthritis, as well as in the neurological diseases Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, motor neuron disease, and autism.’
- ‘Wilmut's team applied for a cloning research license in September 2004 to learn more about motor neuron disease.’
- ‘Multiple sclerosis and motor neuron disease were two conditions defined clinically by him, and also defined pathologically.’
- ‘Quite naturally he is most keen to help charities dealing with physical disability and in particular motor neuron disease.’
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