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It costs approximately £2000 per day to raise vital awareness and support our members and their families and carers. You can help us to do this by getting involved


Myaware's support services - find out more about how we help people with myasthenia.


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Fundraising for myaware

Raise vital funds for myaware to support our work.


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The scale of our challenge


Myaware currently supports around 3000 people living with myasthenia and their families and carers


It is estimated that there are approximately 20,000 people living with myasthenia in the UK


In the last five years myaware has spent £1,182,982 on research into the myasthenias

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