It was a great day of awareness, fundraising for important resources for those living with MG, and such great support in the MG Community. Keep the momentum going! All fundraising pages will remain open through December, so there is still time to reach all of our goals. Reach out to your family, friends, and coworkers and tell them all about your great experience at the walk (be sure to show them all the photos!), and encourage them to support you. Follow up and thank all those that did donate, and please contact the MG Walk Office for any tips on post-event fundraising.
Thank you all for an amazing day, a great event, and for coming together and doing all we can to reach the ultimate finish line…a world without myasthenia gravis!
It wasn’t until about 4-5 years after being diagnosed that Bob heard about the MG Walk in San Francisco. He had seen some advertisements in the mail and wanted to do something positive for the cause. Prior to the Walk, he had only met one other person living with MG, but he wanted to learn more about the journey of others and what positive steps others were taking and that he could try to continue to improve his health. It was so incredible for him to hear the stories of others living with MG and to raise the funds that were going to help him and all those he was meeting in the MG community.
As the 2017 Sacramento MG Walk Hero, Bob wants to inspire others with his story and help others learn more about MG, just as the stories of others helped him. He knows just how important it is to support one another and encourages all those living with MG to continue learning all you can about your diagnosis, create a great support system and care team to find the best course of action and treatments for you, and to always keep faith. He is excited to be at the Walk on November 18 with his fantastic support system of family and friends who have been there for him since the very beginning, and to Walk closer to a cure with all those in the MG Community.
David P. Richman’s professional interests include biochemistry and pharmacology of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor, diseases of neuromuscular transmission, and pathogenesis and control of autoimmune response in myasthenia gravis. Richman has co-authored an extensive list of publications and book chapters on neurological disease and related topics. His research activities have focused on myasthenia, myasthenia gravis and multiple sclerosis.
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On MG Walk Day, we gather to celebrate those we love who live with MG, commemorate the research we’ve helped to develop with funds raised!
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MG Walk Office
1707 N. Randall Rd, Suite 200
Elgin, IL 60123
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