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Motor neurone disease guidelines to have “hugely significant” impact on care – NICE

Thursday, 25 February, 2016

Motor neurone disease guidelines to have “hugely significant” impact on care – NICE

MND is a group of rare, incurable, progressive, fatal neurodegenerative diseases that attack the motor neurones in the brain and spinal cord. Around 1100 people will develop MND each year in the UK and around 5000 adults currently live with the disease.

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