List of topics:
Monday 19.09.22, chapter 1: Life before the disease
Tuesday 20.09.22, chapter 2: The diagnosis
Wednesday 21.09.22, chapter 3: Life 'afterwards’
Thursday 22.09.22, chapter 4: How to get new courage
Friday 23.09.22, chapter 5: The science behind it - What is our motivation?
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Most people have never heard of mitochondrial disease. Once considered rare, it is now thought to affect 1 in 5000 people, making it the second most commonly diagnosed, serious genetic disease after cystic fibrosis. Researchers have discovered links between mitochondrial dysfunction and other conditions including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, cardiac issues and some cancers.
Scientists believe that in focusing on mitochondrial dysfunction, they may be able to devise effective treatments and potential cures for mito and help the millions of people who suffer from the above mentioned diseases. (source: https://www.mitochondrialdiseaseweek.org/)