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Phone: 816.256.4100
6400 Prospect Avenue-East, Suite 300A
Kansas City
Missouri 64132

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Geographic areas served: Kansas & Missouri


The two MGA Clinics are a collaborative effort with local Neurologists who specialize in the treatment of MG. Physician offices make an effort to schedule MG patients the same day of the week so that MGA staff and volunteers can meet with patients/clients in the physician’s office before their appointment. A new diagnosis or coping with a chronic disease can cause anxiety and fear. Meeting with a MGA staff member or volunteer offers an informal, friendly and less medical opportunity for sharing. The purpose of the clinics is:
• Provide support to MG clients and referrals to human services
• Provide “New Member Packets” for newly diagnosed members
• Provide opportunities to discuss coping with symptoms
• Provide opportunities to discuss wellness techniques & healthy lifestyle
• Provide informational material regarding links to MG and other health-related resources

The Myasthenia Gravis Association is dedicated to improving the quality of life for those affected by this autoimmune, neuromuscular disease, through awareness, education and patient services.

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I have lived with Myasthenia Gravis for about 14 years. Fortunately, when I was first having symptoms, our family Dr. "guessed" that it was MG & sent me to a neurologist. I have never had a crisis so bad that I've ended up in the hospital (thank God), but my life (dong simple activities like ... more »
I am a 37 year old mother of 3 that lives everyday fighting Myastenia Gravis, I have had open heart surgery to remove a thyomoma, I was not told much about the disease, until 4 years later when I am in a crisis and being treated as a acholoic and paramedics are insisting that I have taken a over ... more »
At age 69 I was diagnosed as having MG, and subsequentially went thru a major MG crisis. I had no knowlewdge of the MG, it's origin, effects, etc. I was told of a support group called the MGA and contacted them immediately. Thru their assistance I not only learned of the disease, but was also put in... more »
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