Welcome, friends and supporters. The time is here!

A Russian river cruise. An anniversary trip to Paris. Lifelong sailor. Spontaneously. While each of our journeys began differently, we are bound together by the need for diagnosis, treatment and support, and the cure for MdDS.

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Finally Available! Awareness Bracelets for MdDS

With the help of some great volunteers, there is now an MdDS awareness bracelet! It’s been an interesting learning experience, but the design, production and US shipping hurdles have all been figured out, and we are now ready to roll them out to the public!* To receive a Stop the Rock! bracelet, simply make a donation of $20 […]

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Our rare disorder with the strange French name

June is MdDS Awareness Month, so the Foundation and its volunteers have been working doubly hard to spread awareness of Mal de Débarquement Syndrome. Our rare disorder with the strange French name is now recognized by organizations such as the NIH, NORD and, just recently, the Rare Disease United Foundation. But we need to work […]

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Warm-Up to the Challenge!

ANNOUNCEMENT: Two of the Foundation’s regular supporters have thrown down a Winter Warm-Up Challenge. Together they will match every dollar donated, dollar-for-dollar up to $1,000! Donations fund vital research into the cause of and a cure for Mal de Débarquement Syndrome. One result of this research is that current medical information about MdDS is being generated, and this in […]

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Mary Kay Fundraiser, Now Through December 19

Mary Kay has wonderful gifts for the holidays for all ages, and Debbie Vecheck has created a fantastic opportunity for you to shop for your friends and loved ones – while supporting the Foundation. Through December 19th, Debbie will donate 50% of net proceeds to the MdDS Foundation. Please support Debbie and shop her site www.marykay.com/dvecheck today.  This […]

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One Epic Run to Raise Awareness

December 7–8, Doug, an MdDSer since March of 2013, will run a 24-hour ultra­marathon to raise awareness of MdDS. Doug has completed over 30 ultra­m­arathons but he says, “Since developing MdDS it has been a challenge to train like I should. I consider myself blessed to be able to function at work and continue running. I KNOW […]

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