Myrna and her family recently appeared on ABC2 News in Baltimore to show she makes the most of everyday – even when living with ALS. Check it out…
The Malveaux Mission supports an aggressive approach to raising awareness of ALS: highlighting scientific research into the causes, treatments and eventual cure of the disease; promoting the important need for ALS research funding; and ultimately helping to bring hope to patients and families affected by this disease.
It was just a year and half ago that my mother, Myrna Malveaux was leading the Mardi Gras parade at her birthday party. Today she is leading the fight against a rare and deadly disease. In November of 2011, Mom was diagnosed with ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease. I’ve set out to learn all I can about ALS. Meet my family and watch our story….
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From the Blog
By Randy Pipkin. Reprinted with permission. Ever since I was diagnosed with ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) in 2005, I have noticed that people are 100 percent confused about the deadly disease. I need to set the record straight: having ALS … Continue reading
Never in word, but by who she is, she teaches me what’s important. She treats everyone equally well, no matter how important or unimportant others think they are. She goes straight to the person in the room others ignore to … Continue reading