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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.

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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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An Update on Myrna Malveaux

Mryna Malveaux Appears on ABC2 News

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…  


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From the Blog

I Have ALS, No Need to Shout!

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