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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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A game of two halves

Gorgeous twins, Broghan and Brae Sewell, are living examples of just how indiscriminate A-T is.

They both love cycling, their Playstation and football. But only Broghan has been selected as a potential star - Chelsea FC have signed him up to their under eights team. The other twin, Brae, has Ataxia-Telangiectasia.

Our new film highlights the conflict of emotions experienced by A-T families - their courage and heartache. It shows the family grappling with the different paths their sons lives will take.

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Update on the ATTeST trial

After several years of planning and preparation, the trial of the Erydex System, now known as the ATTeST trial, is finally underway - in some countries but not yet in the UK. To date, 19 people out of the 180 required have been enrolled on the trial in 7 different countries, including the US, Australia and India.

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Events

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    Join the A-Team at the Prudential RideLondon100 cycle race

    Be part of the A-Team taking part in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 cycle challenge on Sunday 30th July. Ride the 2012 Olympic race route, cycle past some of London's iconic landmarks before heading out into the beautiful Surrey countryside. With leg-testing climbs and a route made famous by the world’s best cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics, it's a truly spectacular event for all involved. The 100 mile ride finishes on The Mall in central London.

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    Adult Activity Break

    Our adult activity weekend will take place on Friday 8th – Monday 11th September at Bendrigg Trust in Cumbria. This is a great opportunity to get away for a few days, take part a range of exciting activities, and relax with people of a similar age in the evening. The weekend is open to anyone age 16 plus (with A-T or an A-T Like Condition). Booking forms have been sent out (also available online) and need to be returned by 28th June. Places are limited so will be allocated on a first come first served basis so please get in touch as soon as possible if you’d like to come.

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