MDA RSS Feeds
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What is RSS?
One of the challenges with Web sites is that we can (and do) frequently post new information that is important to you, such as breaking research news, but unless you happen to visit the website frequently you will not be aware of this new information. RSS creates a way for the information to be "pushed" to you, in a very straightforward text format, using an internet device called an "RSS reader" or "aggregator." Most browsers now natively support RSS feeds, and there are third party software packages you can download for free to get RSS feeds. (View a list of downloadable software packages.)
RSS feeds contain varying numbers of items, with the most recent organised at the top of the list.
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How Does MDA Use RSS?
We now have five RSS feeds you can subscribe to (click on logos below to subscribe):
How Do I Subscribe To MDA's RSS Feeds?
You can subscribe to our RSS feeds by adding these URLs to your aggregator:
|Latest News - The Front Page||http://feeds.feedburner.com/MDAFrontPage|
|All (combined from above)||http://feeds.feedburner.com/MuscularDystrophyAustralia|
The content of the RSS feeds can also be viewed on the MDA site.
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