The Myasthenia Gravis Association (MGA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the needs of people with MG, a neuromuscular disease. We assist patients and their families in coping with this disease through education, diagnosis, treatment, and support. Read more…
Kroger Community Rewards – Help MGA!!
Kroger has a charitable giving program called Kroger Community Rewards. It gives back to your charity of choice (MGA) for each dollar earned on your Kroger Plus Card. It does not cost you anything and you do NOT lose your plus card discounts by enrolling in this program. Since the loss of our United Way contribution, it is very important to MGA to receive contributions in as many ways as possible. This program does not cost you anything, except the time it takes to Enroll and is very much appreciated by those suffering from Myasthenia Gravis who receive the benefit of your enrollment. When searching for our organization on the Kroger website enter Myasthenia Gravis Association to find us.
2017 MGA Holiday Party
The 2017 MGA Holiday Party was held on Sunday, November 12, 2017, at the American Polish Cultural Center in Troy, MI. This was a new venue for 2017, but everyone enjoyed a great meal and the children had a great time with the activities provided and gifts received from Santa’s Elves! A beautiful poinsettia plant from Eckert’s Greenhouse and MGA glassware were raffled off at each table. Entertainment was provided by “Elvis” Kelly and “Oldies” Kelly. Read More…
FDA Approves Soliris for Generalized MG
Kay Connelly, MGA member and co-chair of the Ann Arbor Support Group, sent the following information to the MGA office on an FDA approved drug treatment for generalized myasthenia gravis. It is called Soliris and Kay received the information through mda.org.
We have some exciting news to share with you: The FDA has approved Soliris to treat adults with generalized myasthenia gravis. Read More…
Diet is a Four Letter Word
Kay Connelly provided information about diet/exercise and the struggles with the neuromuscular disease myasthenia gravis. The information was well received and many questions followed, providing an opportunity for Dr. Raina Ernstoff to provide additional input. Kay firmly believes that it has helped her improve her stamina as well as initiating a healthier lifestyle. Read More…
Sosin Education Symposium Held October 22, 2017
The Sosin Award was presented to Dale Shomo for his service on the MGA Board of Directors, chair or co-chair of MGA special events along with his wife, Diane, as well as many volunteer positions with MGA. Dale continues to promote MGA to family and friends and is also a Vietnam Veteran, having served our country with distinction. Congratulations and thank you for your service, Dale! Read More…
- Do you need information about MG and its treatment?
- Would you like to meet with others who are living with MG?
- Do you have questions and concerns about coping with MG?
If you have answered YES to any of the above questions, you may be interested in attending a New Patient Orientation Meeting or a Support Group Meeting. Please call us if you have any questions about these meetings. Office: 248-591-4419
New Patient Orientation
An orientation meeting for patients and family is offered in the Troy office. Staff members and other patients can be available to answer your questions. Please call ahead to let us know if you are interested. Office: 248-591-4419
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Counseling available upon request at the MGA office.
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248-591-4419 or 800-227-1763
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