TSA Blog

  • Bethan's Vaughan - My Week In The Lab

    During global awareness week, and with a focus on ‘World of Thanks’ it is timely for the TSA to show our appreciation of all the work undertaken by TSC researchers globally that over the years have helped enhance our understanding of the condition and develop methods of treatment and management of TSC. One such team of researchers are based at Cardiff University. The team based within the Institute of Cancer & Genetics have been at the forefront of TSC research over the last.. ...more

  • Marc Evans - My London Marathon

    "I see every day how TSC has affected Trystan and see how the work of the TSA has benefited the family with help and support." Marc Evans, one of our London Marathon runners for 2014, on elite marathon running and raising money for Tuberous Sclerosis. To follow all the TSA marathon runners on Sunday 13 April visit our Twitter feed @UKTSA This London marathon will be my 9th time and the second time raising money for the TSA. I have always been a keen runner, during my younger day.. ...more

  • Sarah MacDonald - My London Marathon

    "I am very excited about the day itself. I have plenty of friends in London who have promised to come out and cheer." Sarah Macdonald, one of our London Marathon runners for 2014, on why she has joined Team TSA. To follow all the TSA marathon runners on Sunday 13 April visit our Twitter feed @UKTSA In 2012 my friends' son Patrick was diagnosed with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex. Patrick's parents Helen and Stewart have been two of my best friends since we worked in Kenya together f.. ...more

  • Otto Ohlsson - My London Marathon

    "To finally cross that finish line will be so rewarding after all the handwork it took to get there." Otto Ohlsson, one of our London Marathon runners for 2014, reveals why he has joined Team TSA and his marathon journey so far. To follow all the TSA marathon runners on Sunday 13 April visit our Twitter feed @UKTSA I have been living in America for almost 9 years now, so I was here (the US) when Millie was diagnosed with TS. It was really difficult to not be there for my sister and he.. ...more