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amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Patient Story

‘It gives people hope’

A man with ALS welcomes the chance to take part in a clinical trial that aims to speed up the development of new treatments.

Study: Truckers at greater risk of ALS

Exposure to diesel fumes may increase a worker's odds of developing the neurodegenerative condition.

‘God allowed me to have this disease’

For only the second time ever, the FDA has approved a new drug for ALS treatment—and a Michigan man will be among the first to try it.

Lou Gehrig’s disease: Fact vs. fiction

A neurologist helps debunk some of the common misconceptions about this deadly disease.

Patient Story

‘I’m going to keep enjoying life as long as I can’

Todd Alward shares his ALS journey and inspiring outlook on life and the afterlife.