A WORLD WITHOUT MG

The MG Walk Campaign is dedicated to creating awareness, renewing hope, and generating a vast network of community and support, all while raising important funds for the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America (MGFA). The MG Walk puts the power directly into the hands of MG patients, and allows everyone battling this illness to become the driving force behind funding for MG research, and ultimately, in finding a cure. In addition to fundraising, the MG Walk also allows patients with MG to open up and discuss their journey in a safe and nurturing environment, many for the first time, while experiencing an overwhelming sense of community from their loved ones and fellow MG patients. Join us as we come together to raise vital funds that go to supporting the tens of thousands of Americans who live with this rare disease every day.

Register to enter the fight against MG now! You can join an existing team, or start your own! All that’s left is to personalize your fundraising page, share your connection to MG, and tell your story of why you have joined the fight to stop MG…one step at a time.

 

FIND THE MG WALK NEAR YOU

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Click here to see the complete list of 2017 MG Walks!

MG Walk Hero Program

 

Meet our 2017 National MG Walk Hero

 

 

 

Alexis Rodriguez

 

 

Click here to read more about Alexis's MG journey!
 

A Local MG Walk Hero is selected for each MG Walk to proudly represent all of the heroes living with MG in their community. An MG Walk Hero goes above and beyond by raising awareness about the MG Walk Campaign in their communities. Each MG Walk Hero reminds us of why we are walking toward our ultimate finish line...a world without myasthenia gravis!

 

Meet our 2017 National MG Walk Medical Chair

 

 

 

Dr. Yuebing Li

 

 

Dr. Yuebing Li is thrilled to be this year’s National MG Walk Medical Chair! He has served as a staff neurologist in the Neuromuscular Center at the Cleveland Clinic since 2012. Dr. Li completed his neurology residency at University of Cincinnati in 2002, where he was elected chief resident. Dr. Li has also published numerous articles on neuromuscular medicine and neurology, and received many teaching awards. He has also been voted as best doctors by Best Doctors of America since 2007. Although he has a large practice that includes patients with various neuromuscular disorders, Dr. Li has a special interest in the diagnosis and treatment of myasthenia gravis. He serves as a member of the Medical and Scientific Advisory Board for the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America organization.