There's no harm in trying
About a month ago, I started noticing some symptoms that were familiar, I have my first appointmen
It all started about a year ago. I fell down a few times for no apparent reson. Then I started having difficulty
So, can anyone advise me about my symptoms? Or what I might expect next if this really is ALS? Or if this isn't ALS, what it might be? Thank you.
Sept.24 2016 my brother ken pass away to the spirit world..rip
Than on June 17th 2008 the night before my 12th birthday he passed away! It was very hard for me and my family. We lost the one that held our family together! He made us smile when ever we were in a bad mood! My dad always had a smile on his face!
My dad was the most important thing in my life! Every year I donate money and do the ALS walk! Please keep supporting
I saw her deteriorat
I hope there is soon a cure for ALS and nobody has to go through such a paralyzing
In June of 2013 Ismael worked a full time job as a semi-truck
The fact is that there are many people in this world that need help, and society today seems to teach us that helping strangers can result in deceit. This makes it harder for Families like the Mejia family to find help. As someone once told me, we know that helping one person may not change the world, but it does change the world for that one person
The Hollywood Reporter has published a great article about new discoveries toward a cure for ALS, thanks to contributions and support from Nanci Ryder, veteran talent publicist, and her friends and supporters.
Nanci has bravely fought ALS since 2014, and enlisted the support of such stars as Courteney Cox, Don Diamont, and Renee Zellweger. Team Nanci Ryder has raised over $580,000 through The ALS Association's Walk to Defeat ALS events. (Kathy Shawver Maffei, a leader for Tea...m Nanci, is a newly elected member of the board for The ALS Association Golden West Chapter.)
The Hollywood Reporter article by Dr. Justin Ichida – as told to The Hollywood Reporter staff writer Chris Gardner – describes the discoveries and credits Ryder’s efforts and federal funding from the Department of Defense’s (DoD) ALS Research Program (ALSRP) for making his research possible.
The ALS Association, with help from more than 16,000 ALS advocates across the U.S., is proud to lobby for this and other government funding for ALS and related research.
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