How Much Do You Know About MG?

If you’re living with myasthenia gravis (MG) or are supporter or a caregiver for someone who is, take this short quiz to find out how much you already know and learn more about MG.

Your responses will also help us provide the most relevant MG updates, resources and information based on where you are in your MG journey. We promise to keep your answers confidential and will never share or sell your information.

Do you have myasthenia gravis?

Thank you for your interest in this quiz; however, it is only intended for people who have myasthenia gravis themselves. If you are a supporter, caregiver or loved one of someone with MG, we encourage you to check out these resources that have been curated just for you.

Question 1 of 5

What US city best represents your style?
Santa Fe
New Orleans
Los Angeles
New York City
Santa Fe
New Orleans
Los Angeles
New York City

Which of these goals is most important to you or the person you know who has myasthenia gravis?*

I authorize argenx US, Inc. ("argenx"), its affiliates and companies working with argenx to use my contact information and health information (“Information”) to contact me by direct mail, email, telephone and autodialed text message for marketing purposes, such as to provide me with information, offers and promotions regarding myasthenia gravis, argenx products and programs, to conduct market research or surveys, and to use my Information to develop future products, services and programs.
I understand that I may withdraw my authorization provided above by emailing [email protected] or following the unsubscribe instructions on the communication. Unless I withdraw this authorization, it will remain effective for 2 years. Copies of this authorization may be obtained by emailing [email protected]

Which of these things best describes you?

You may be new to this journey, but you’re in the right place! Take a look at the resources below to learn more.

Thanks for testing your MG knowledge.

There’s always more to learn about myasthenia gravis. The resources below may be a good place to start.

This information has been provided for educational purposes only and is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Patients should not use this information for diagnosing a health condition. Patients should always consult a healthcare professional for medical advice or information about diagnosis and treatment.