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Russ Mitchell

Fighting for Claire and Her Generation

Russ Mitchell talks for a living. He’s a sportscaster. But until recently he didn’t talk about his CMT with anyone outside his family. That changed in a big way on September 1, when he added his voice to the chorus of voices spreading the word about CMT for Awareness Month. Read his story…

2017 Summer CMTA Reportr

The Summer 2017 Issue of The CMTA Report Is Now Online!

Articles include: A Message from CEO Amy Gray, What CMTers Do on Summer Vacation, Study Finds Exercise the Best Medicine for Kids with CMT, The Adventures of Rui Rui and Tango … and more!

Click here to download your copy now!


MDA and CMTA Fund Grant to Study Gene Therapy in Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease

March 17 – The Muscular Dystrophy Association and the Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association (CMTA) today announced a research grant totaling $119,999 to Kleopas Kleopa, M.D., for a study on the effectiveness of a gene therapy approach in CMT1X, the second most common form of Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT). Read more …

Stand to End CMT

Stand to End CMT: Join the Movement

Julianna Snow, age five, passed away this summer from CMT. She was a huge inspiration for Stand to End CMT, a movement created to raise funds for treatment, and ultimately a cure, for CMT.

What is CMT?

Charcot-Marie-Tooth, or CMT, is the most commonly inherited peripheral neuropathy and affects an estimated 2.8 million people.

Find Your Local Branch

The CMTA has over 80 Branches across North America to support people with CMT, raise awareness, and fund research. Connect with your nearest Branch today!

Fundraise to End CMT

Without fundraising and community volunteers, the CMTA would not be the leading force in CMT Research that it is today. Are you ready to make an impact?

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The CMTA’s STAR (Strategy to Accelerate Research)

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The CMTA’s vision is a world where patients with CMT neuropathies have therapies available to them to manage or modify their disease. That vision is poised to become reality as STAR pushes the research forward at an ever-increasing speed.

STAR – Disease Project Team Updates

The CMTA’s research is done in teams consisting of academic labs and clinical centers sponsored by the CMTA (STAR members), working together and with alliance partners in consortium team efforts. STAR Teams are sponsored by the CMTA via a rapid process of expert review, following invitation of proposals for targeted translational efforts. All sponsorship aims to directly aid the advancement of CMT therapies.
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