A new initiative setup to raise funds for Motor Neurone Disease research. MND is not untreatable, it's underfunded.
Research into the causes of Motor Neurone Disease....
Roy Taylor once represented Ireland with his band Jump the Gun in the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest. They were beaten that year by someone named Céline Dion. Following a highly successful music career, and nearly 30 years to the day after the highs of Eurovision, Roy was given the news he had Motor Neurone Disease (MND). Since his diagnosis early 2018, Roy has decided to not let MND have it all its own way. Together with his family and friends, Roy has setup Watch Your Back MND to raise much needed funds for research into delivering effective treatments for MND. There is a cure for MND, we just haven't found it yet. Please join us on our quest to free the world from MND while sharing some positivity along the way and let's make history together!
All funds will be donated to Research Motor Neurone, a world-leading MND research group led by Prof. Orla Hardiman in Trinity College Dublin. They deliver world-class research through strong scientific collaborations worldwide.
We're coming after MND, and we're catching up. So say it loud and say it proud...Watch Your Back MND!
Best wishes Roy -well done.
The very best with this great cause.
Bless Roy and his family and your determination to fight MND. I too believe a "cure" is just around the corner. Lost a brother to MND 15 years ago. Medicine has come a long way even in that short time t.g. Thank you for your dedication. "Never give up!" 💖
Roy “ABSOLUTELY s” still brilliant. A Voice in a million
Wishing you success in both your fund raising campaign and the future treatment research.
Totally inspirational on Ireland AM. Your strength and positivity is infectious. Watch out MND!