Spinocerebellar Ataxia strikes people of all ages. Its effects include parkinsonism, chorea, cognitive impairment and death.
The Ataxia Research Fund exists for one reason: to raise money for Ataxia research. We hope you’ll help.
This handy chart might be useful when explaining to friends and family how SCA attacks the body.
This may have happened to you. And you may have seen this great article on Ataxia in The Guardian. If not, read on. When my best friend Judy turned 40, … Continue reading I’M NOT DRUNK!
Today is Rare Disease Day, and we’re grateful to CBS News for including SCA in its story on the subject. It’s bad enough that anybody has Ataxia, but when a … Continue reading CBS Story on Rare Diseases
Following the lead of regulators in the UK, the US Food & Drug Administration has granted orphan drug status to IntraBio IB1000s, which the company believes may be able to … Continue reading FDA Grants Orphan Status to IntraBio IB1000s
The Ataxia Research Fund’s Executive Director, Dr. Samuel Smith, understands why big diseases like cancer get all the attention. And in this brief International Ataxia Day note, he discusses why … Continue reading International Ataxia Day: Why It’s Personal