Strong for cured muscles e.V.

Association for the support for the cure of limb girdle muscular dystrophy (LGMD).

SFCM e.V.

Strong for cured muscles e.V. is a non-profit, registered association. We are trying to raise funds so that research projects can be realized that will lead to a cure for limb-girdle muscular dystrophies (LGMD).

We were founded on the initiative of patients and their relatives in order to enable clinical research and thus therapy for these rare diseases.

In 2023, a first clinical trial will start to prove that this new method is also safe and effective in humans

  • THERE IS HOPE

    There is legitimate hope to defeat this progressive and so far incurable disease!!!

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What is LGMD?

Limb-Girdle-Muscular-Dystrophy

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LGMD is a genetic disease
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Affected is the limb girdle musculature
Fortschreitend
LGMD is progressive
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Symptoms can occur at any age
Limb-Girdle-Muscular-Dystrophies (LGMD).

are a group of hereditary progressive muscle diseases affecting the muscles of the shoulder and pelvic girdle. These are severe muscle diseases that result in massive damage to muscle tissue. In the worst case, they can lead to death. As a rule, the ability to walk is lost, and in addition massive heart and breathing problems can occur.

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The Max Delbrück Center in Berlin

At the Max Delbrück Center in Berlin, an institute of the Helmholtz Association and the Charitè, Prof. Dr. Simone Spuler and her team have been working for a long time on the development of potential therapies for muscle diseases.

MDC is currently the greatest hope in Germany for a gene therapy for people with muscle disease.

Prof. Dr. Simone Spuler

Head of the working group

You want to contribute something?

Together we can do it.

Help us to defeat the disease!

Affected people introduce themselves

For us, giving up is not an option

I've had my first wheelchair for a few months now, but that doesn't stop me from being happy!

  • Finja-U.
    Finja

    16 years

Shortly after I was born, my mom had a feeling that I was probably a little different. But I am tough and I give everything!

  • Mara
    Mara

    1.5 years

My illness does not stop me from living my life in a self-determined way and doing the things that bring me joy.

  • Nina-H.
    Nina

    38 years

I live with my wife and 11 year old daughter who always support and care for me.

  • Dirk-S.
    Dirk

    37 years

The gripper helps me to pick up things from the floor and has become a faithful companion in everyday life.

  • Julian-H.
    Julian

    27 years

Contact

You still have questions or want to contact us?

  • kontakt@sfcm.info