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The ABCs of FD/MAS

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One parent’s tips on how to talk to adults about your child’s FD/MAS diagnosis* The first time I took my daughter to her best friends’ house for a playdate I gave her a kiss and told her to be careful and follow the rules, because she already knew her limitations and how to keep herself […]

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A Farewell to an Unmatched Leader

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Please join us in thanking Dr. Andrew Shenker as he steps down from his role on the FD/MAS Scientific Advisory Council (SAC). Dr. Shenker was part of the team that discovered the gene mutation that leads to FD/MAS  and has served as SAC chair for over two years. He truly raised the bar for SAC […]

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COVID-19 and FD/MAS an Updated Conversation

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On March 12th FD/MAS Alliance hosted a COVID-19 and FD/MAS update from experts at the NIH and UCSF. Here are some major takeaways: Continue to look at guidelines from trusted sources such as the CDC for guidelines on travel, social distancing, and mask wearing All approved vaccines are safe for the FD/MAS community to take […]

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The 2020 Team FD/MAS Awardee

FD/MAS Alliance and UPenn ODC Award the 2020 FD/MAS Research Grant

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We’re thrilled to share the news that the 2020 Team FD/MAS Million Dollar Bike Ride Research Grant has been awarded to Dr. Mara Riminucci for her project entitled: Osteoclasts and Pain in Fibrous Dysplasia: Investigating and targeting the molecular links in a transgenic mouse model (EF1α-GsαR201C mice) of human fibrous dysplasia Dr. Riminucci will receive […]

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FD/MAS Awareness Week 2021

FDMAS Awareness Week Uncategorized

February 20th-27th is FD/MAS Global Awareness Week.  FD/MAS Global Awareness Week is a coordinated international campaign to raise awareness of fibrous dysplasia and McCune-Albright syndrome (FD/MAS) and build support for public health and research that will improve the lives of FD/MAS patients. In 2021 we celebrate the second annual FD/MAS Global Awareness Week. Finding Your […]

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FD/MAS Federal Research Funding Initiative

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The FD/MAS community of researchers and advocates continues forward with the Department of Defense Funding Opportunity One of the most significant initiatives that FD/MAS Alliance continues to advance is the Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program (PRMRP). The PRMRP is a major research opportunity that our team of advocates has unlocked for FD/MAS researchers through the […]

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Find Your Strength

FDMAS Awareness Week Patient Spotlight Uncategorized

Hello, I’m Sarah and I’m from Sacramento, California.I was diagnosed with McCune-Albright syndrome when I was about three years old. My mom was putting me down for bed and stroked my face when she noticed a strange lump on my jaw. From there, it took several doctors visits until I could get a CT to […]

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What’s your life motto?

Foundation News

  What’s your life motto? Mine is #KEEPGOING My name is Adrianna, but my friends call me Anna. I am from Columbus, Ohio, and the oldest of four kids. We are a super close family. We pray a lot and value our faith, and it is central to how we see hope in fighting a […]

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Researchers and Advocates Move Forward with Department of Defense Funding

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One of the biggest initiatives that FDF is working on right now is the Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program (PRMRP). The PRMRP is a huge research opportunity that our team of advocates have unlocked for FD/MAS researchers through the US Department of Defense’s Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program (DOD CDMRP). Thanks to the tireless efforts […]

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FD/MAS Alliance Leadership enhanced!

Constant Contact

FD/MAS Alliance is thrilled to welcome four new leaders as well as a familiar face to our Board. The people who lend their time and talent to the FD/MAS Alliance become the main drivers of our activities and initiatives. They plan webinars, patient conferences, and support programs. They build relationships with researchers, oversee our patient […]

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