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Funmi Fashina Foundation Annual Soccer Tournament is here again……

FF Foundation held her 5th Annual Workshop to create awareness amongst medical practitioners. The topics for this year’s workshop are as follows: Parkinonism and Diagnosis of Parkinson Disease which was taken by  Prof N. Okubadejo Management of Parkinsonism ( PD and atypical parkinsonism) taken by Dr O.O. Ojo. Role of the Nurse in care of patients with parkinsonism  taken by both Matron Almona and Dr. O.O. Ojo Caregiver

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FF FOUNDATION 2016 One-day Workshop on Parkinsonism and Other Movement Disorders

In her continued effort to provide vital awareness about Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) in Nigeria, FF FOUNDATION is organising a One-day Workshop on Parkinsonism and Other Movement Disorders for Health Professionals to raise awareness. Ever since her existence in 2013 we have annually held seminars and giving out FREE CME CREDITS POINTS yearly. Year of Activity Number of Participants 2013: Seminar for Doctors   160 2014: Seminar for Nurses 55

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FF FOUNDATION 2016 “Walk for MSA”

Oluwafunmilayo Khafasat Fashina Foundation is a private trust championing the Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) cause in Nigeria. In her profound effort to provide information and create awareness about multiple system atrophy, FF FOUNDATION organised an awareness walk tagged “Walk for MSA” on the 20th of August, 2016. The walk  which had formerly taken place at Lagos Island, Ikoyi, Maryland and Lekki. This time we decided to stage the

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The “MSA SHOE” is now in Nigeria at Funmi Fashina Foundation

What is MULTIPLE SYSTEM ATROPHY (MSA)? Multiple System Atrophy is a disease affecting the brain. MSA results from loss of some important nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. These particular nerve cells control a part of the nervous system known as the autonomic nervous system (which controls body functions that we are not consciously aware of). What is MSA SHOE? MSA Shoe is a small size shoe that symbolizes Multiple System Atrophy (MSA). The

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Happy new month. In our bid to create awareness about Multiple System Atrophy (MSA), Oluwafunmilayo Khafasat Fashina Foundation a Nigerian support trust supporting the ongoing research of MSA would be hosting the “MSA SHOE” in Nigeria this month. MSA SHOE is a small size shoe that symbolizes MSA, the sole mission of the shoe is to raise awareness about MSA. The journey of the shoe began as an innocent prank among group of friends who

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March is Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) Awareness Month

Globally every month of March is regarded as Multiple System Atrophy Awareness Month. A month dedicated to creating more awareness for MSA. An idea originally bathed by Bob and Susan Summers of the “Miracles of MSA” in a post written on February 13, 2010. The idea has since caught on, going on to being adopted and echoed the world over. March is synonymous with spring time. A time of renewal and rebirth, a fitting time of the year to

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A golden heart and a generosity spent life is the greatest and best way to describe your years on earth. Today February 23rd is supposed to be the 52nd birthday anniversary of a dearly mother, wife, sister & friend, Mrs Oluwafunmilayo Khafasat Fashina who we lost to the battle of Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) on the 18th of March 2012. We pray Almighty grant you eternal rest and protect you in the best atmosphere. Rest in Peace!!!!!!

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Dearly beloved Multiple System Atrophy(MSA) Patients in all countries, please ensure you are registered with the NIH rare disease clinic research network as part of the global MSA patient registry.  Click HERE to register   

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In our bid to create awareness about this dread disease called Multiple System Atrophy Oluwafunmilayo Khafasat Fashina Foundation organised a one day 5-a-side Youth Soccer Tournament at Onikan Stadium, Lagos Island. Twelve (12) teams participated in the tournament after which three (3) teams qualified for final. Zion FC came 1st, Anu Eso FC came 2nd and Mercy FC came 3rd. FFFOUNDATION wants to use this medium to say a very big thank you

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