The Wilson family sat in their living room playing with their son Aadi who has SMA Type 2
 Professor Dame Kay Davies in her laboratory at the University of Oxford working with two researchers
Two delegates share laughing together in the coffee break at the Muscular Dystrophy UK 2019 conference
Volunteers taking part in a Muscular Dystrophy UK workshop
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MDUK marks first International Myotonic Dystrophy Awareness Day

Raising awareness of myotonic dystrophy is critical because it is a rare, multi-systemic, progressive, inherited condition that affects successive family generations. It is often misdiagnosed and poorly supported, although in fact myotonic dystrophy is the most common form of adult muscular dystrophy. Currently there is no cure.
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