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Two People With MND Review The Theory Of Everything

January 1, 2015

‘The theory of everything’ is out in cinemas on Thursday. The movie, which has received four nominations for the Golden Globe Awards, follows the life of physicist Stephen Hawking as a student at Cambridge University, when he meets his first wife Jane and is diagnosed with motor neurone disease.

Sarah Ezekiel and David Setters, who are both living with motor neurone disease and are members of the MND Association, have reviewed the film for the Today programme.

Motor neuron disease (MND) is rapidly progressive and terminal. It affects the brain and spinal cord: people can still think and feel, but their muscles refuse to work.

If you want to find out more about it you can visit the Motor Neurone Disease Association website:

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