Hear the lived experiences of MG experts from across Europe.
Myth vs reality
Find out the facts and common misconceptions around MG.
See the invisible symptoms of MG being made visible, to increase public awareness.
Together, we can make it happen
This is a day to celebrate how far we’ve come in our understanding of the burden of MG. But also, a day to acknowledge that there’s still so much more that needs to be done.
European MG Day is a key milestone in the mobilisation of the MG community who will continue to advocate for a better life, for each and every person living with this disease.
MG affects up to 123,000 people across Europe – with a significant impact on daily life.1,2 It can disrupt routines at home, school and/or in the workplace. And this can go on to affect family, social circles, education or career progression, as well as physical and mental wellbeing.2 But this doesn’t mean that life can’t still be lived to the fullest.