at Huntington Disease Indy Racing Challenge in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada – sign up solo or with a team of up to 6 people. Looks like fun… see hdtoronto.org
www.alzresourcecenter.com/ Information on Alzheimer's Disease Including Progression & Diagnosis
www.theparkinsonsdoctor.com/ Parkinson's Disease Specialist NYU Movement Disorders Neurologist
Tio D. working to end Huntington disease has written 25 entries about this goal
an interesting fundraiser for Huntington Society of Canada, see www.hdtoronto.org featuring Toronto’s Distillery District this year.
Learn about Toronto’s history and architecture through a fun walk through an area of historical significance.
Helped with two fundraisers recently (one new and the other established over 10 yrs) which netted more than $30,000 for Huntington disease research and services.
Two big announcements in one day!
How did the scientists know that it was a good idea to try that?
Now looking for the right kinase inhibitors! From the article: “Kinase inhibitors form the largest number of successful new generation drugs that are coming to market for a plethora of diseases…”
Way to go McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Keep in mind that this same lab recently announced that it had found molecular ‘postal codes’ or ‘zip codes’ for a small protein in huntingtin. Also amazing stuff.
I wrote a media release for a story, it took me weeks and weeks.
A friend edited and added material so it was pages long, then a family member cautioned that it needed to be one page maximum so cutting it back to a page was a wee bit challenging!
It appears to have been accepted for distribution and publication so we will see how this goes…
See this entry for why this requires a concentration of effort:
through Cabbagetown, a downtown Toronto neighbourhood with over 150 years of history. Fascinating history and architectural walk-and-talk; the weather was sunny, what a day.
The event, named “The Architectural Gems of Toronto Walk” has been held for close to 10 years, and benefits the Huntington Society of Canada. Kudos to the organizers and to the Toronto chapter of the HSC for such a great event, and the after-event was great, too.
Seriously, check this out:
or the full article if a registered user:
Thank-you very much Katie (Katharine Moser) for sharing your story. There are a whole bunch of people who want to give you a cheer or a pat on the back or a hug!
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