The MOG Project Logo

We are pleased to announce that MyMyelitis is now officially partnered with The MOG Project! The MOG Project is a non-profit organisation based in the USA, which is devoted to advocating for those all over the world who are diagnosed withMOG Antibody Disease (MOGAD). This partnership between The MOG Project and MyMyelitis will allow both parties to

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Leeds Parks Challenge Header

The Leeds Parks Challenge has now been announced as the first ever MyMyelitis fundraiser!  If you would like to donate to my Leeds Park Challenge, visit my Leeds Hospitals Charity Enthuse page. All donations are greatly appreciated! DONATE HERE What is the Leeds Parks Challenge?The Leeds Parks Challenge is to complete 10 rounds of exercise for

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MOGAD Information

Overview Myelin Oligodendrocyte Glycoprotein Antibody Disease known as MOG Antibody Disease (MOGAD) is a neuro-inflammatory condition that can cause inflammation to the optic nerve(s), the brain and the spinal cord.MOG is found on the surface of oligodendrocytes of the myelin sheath of the nerves in the Central Nervous System (CNS). It is thought that MOG

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Transverse Myelitis Support Group

What is a Transverse Myelitis support group and why you might want to join one?A support group is a collection of people who share similar interests or experiences. A Transverse Myelitis support group will include people who have been diagnosed or have experience with dealing with the condition. Support groups allows for members to share their

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MOG Antibody Disease Support Groups

What is a MOG Antibody Disease support group and why you might want to join one?A support group is a collection of people who share similar interests or experiences. A MOG Antibody Disease support group will include people who have been diagnosed or have experience with dealing with the disease. MOGAD support groups provide members the

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TM Information

Overview Transverse Myelitis (TM) is a rare neurological condition which involves the inflammation of the spinal cord. The inflammation blocks nerve signals moving from the brain to other parts of the body, often resulting in a loss of sensation, weakness, pain and bowel and bladder problems. TM can affect everyone differently depending on the section of

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