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Ataxia Genetic Test Options

Working with your doctor to obtain a diagnosis can be difficult, especially with a rare disease. Medical history, family history, and a neurological evaluation are used to diagnose Ataxia. Various blood tests may also be used to rule out other disorders. Your doctor may recommend genetic testing if a hereditary Read More…

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Clinical Trials in Ataxia: Hope, Opportunity, and Caveats

We’ve been talking a lot lately about Ataxia clinical trials. But what is a clinical trial? Should you sign up to participate when there is one available for your type of Ataxia? What happens during a clinical trial? Learn everything that you need to know with this webinar: Clinical Trials Read More…

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Only 26 JMB Spots Remain. Want One?

Author: Joel Sutherland, NAF Development Director Only 26 spots remain in the 2020 Joint Mission Bataan to Cure Ataxia campaign.  Would you like to join us? To refresh your memory, this campaign, that we call JMB, is an expansion of last years’ effort led by North Carolina resident, Mike De Rosa and Read More…

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Support NAF for #GivingTuesday

Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving that is recognized on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving each year, usually through social media efforts. To celebrate, people donate time, talents, and/or resources to causes that are important to them. This year, #GivingTuesday is on December 3, 2019. At NAF, Giving Tuesday Read More…

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