Hi guys, help save lives by creating awareness for Myasthenia Gravis Patients.
The Strugz team and the Steady Run PH club organized a walk program tagged “MG STRENGTH’’ to fight against Myasthenia Gravis, create awareness and raise funds to equip Federal Hospitals with proper Medical Equipment for proper and cheaper diagnosis. This event was held on Sunday, 5th November, 2017 at Ace driving school as all participants walked through the city of Port-harcourt, Nigeria. The walk was led by the Founder & President of Steady Run PHC Mr. Steady Idisi and the event was a huge success. The MG STRENGTH was supported by many professionals as they all joined in the walk.
You might be asking what Myasthenia Gravis is.
It is good to be knowledgeable and be aware of Myasthenia gravis, so together we can fight against it and live a healthy life.
Myasthenia Gravis (MG) is a Chronic Autoimmune Neuromuscular Disease that causes rapid fatigue and weakness in the skeletal muscles, which are responsible for breathing and moving parts of the body, including arms and legs. Be aware that, Myasthenia Gravis affects all ages, races and genders.
Myasthenia gravis is caused by a breakdown in the normal communication between nerves and muscles. Once symptoms is noticed visit your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.
The major symptom of Myasthenia Gravis MG is weakness in muscles that controls the following listed below:
The eye movements and eyelids
Arm and leg movement
We truly believe that our vision to raise funds in order to equip Federal Hospitals with proper Medical Equipments and create proper awareness nationwide would be achieved.
Join the Strugz Vision. Remember, donations allow us to create new educational tools, expand our content, and ultimately reach out to more people in their different vicinity.
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