Kennedy's Disease Association

A Public Benefit, Non-Profit Organization

"Back in the late 1990s, I felt alone. I had just been diagnosed with Kennedy's Disease. I came across the KDA and attended a Saturday chat. What an eye opener! There were two dozen others on the chat that were going through what I was experiencing."


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First time visitors might find the following information helpful 


Navigating the KDA website

  • On the left of each web page is the MAIN MENU. By clicking on each menu category, you will see several SUB-MENUS.
  • Frequently Used Links: Near the bottom in the left column of each page are several 'links' to quickly navigate to popular pages on this site.
  • The KDA logo on the left of each page is a quick way to navigate to the HOME page.  Just click on it.
  • Looking for a specific topic? Use the Advanced SEARCH module on the top right of each page.
  • The Site Map on the MAIN MENU shows every page in the entire website.
  • There is a KDA chat room. To use it, you will first need to Register. 
    • Once you have registered, you can Log In to the chat room.
    • If you forgot your User Name or my Password, use one of the two links at the bottom of the Login form.

Could I have Kennedy's Disease, or is it ALS, or maybe something else? Click here to learn more about Kennedy's Disease.

What are researchers doing to find a treatment of cure for Kennedy's Disease? 

There are many who are willing to help. Always remember, you are not alone.

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What if I have more questions? How do I contact the KDA?