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Ataxia-Telangiectasia (A-T) is a progressive genetic condition which causes severe disability and is life-limiting.

The A-T Society supports families to live their lives to the full and funds medical research.

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Ebony's Rickshaw Challenge

Ebony Robinson who has Ataxia-Telangiectasia, is one of 6 young people piloting BBC Children in Need’s Pudsey Bear on this year’s One Show Rickshaw Challenge. 18-year-old Ebony is the first wheelchair user ever to ride the Rickshaw and proudly represents the A-T Society, the charity that supports her and her family.

Ebony appeared for the first time on the One Show on BBC1 on Wednesday. For regular updates on the Rickshaw Challenge, follow us on Facebook and Twitter .

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Best mA-Tes

Meet Cian and Jake, 2 young lads with A-T who forged a firm friendship after meeting at the A-T Family weekend.

Being in year 5 and 6 is a difficult time for children with A-T. Their disability starts to progress and they begin to stand out more from their peers as they become increasingly reliant on their wheelchair to get them around.

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    Join the A-Team at the Brighton Marathon 2017

    Places are now available to join the A-Team at the Brighton Marathon on Sunday 9th April 2017. Taking place in one of the UK’s most vibrant cities, the Brighton Marathon takes runners past some of the iconic sites of the city and finishes on the seafront by Brighton Pier. This marathon is popular with runners due to the incredible support they receive from over 150,000 spectators lining the route, cheering them on to the finish line. Every runner who joins the A-Team will help change the lives of our families living with A-T for the better. Step forward and sign up - we'd love to welcome you to our team.

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    Vive le vèlo champagne cycle tour

    If an intense, exhilarating and rewarding cycling experience is at the top of your list, then why not sign up for our new cycle challenge? Starting from St Albans Cathedral on Wednesday 10th May 2017, cyclists will pedal a total of 346 miles over 4 days to the finish line in Epernay, the Champagne capital of France. Why not challenge yourself and give young people with A-T hope for the future.

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