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(2/2) Our care services help improve the quality of life for people fighting . Your tax-deductible gift will allow us to continue these crucial services into 2019: . Thank you for giving hope to people affected by ALS.
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(1/2) We’re dedicated to providing people fighting & their loved ones w/ critical information, support, & resources. See how we made a difference to the 20,000+ people w/ ALS we served this year: .
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ICYMI: presented new data at the recent , incl. patient baseline characteristics & demographics from FORTITUDE-ALS, the Phase 2 clinical trial of reldesemtiv in patients w/ . Learn more: .
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Our team is joining others (like Team Gleason!) to help secure Steve Gleason the Congressional Gold Medal. Contact your House leader directly to ask him/her to sign on as a co-sponsor to : .
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The ALS Association Dec 10
You hold the key to the cure. Join us to at a event near you this spring!
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The ALS Association Dec 9
ICYMI: Rebecca Connolly, a participant in the Western Massachusetts , said, “I felt a connection with the other ‘blue lanyard’ people [and] a deep compassion for the ones who wore gold and/or white.” Learn more about : .
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The ALS Association Dec 9
If you missed last month's Expanded Access Program webinar, you can listen to the recording here: . The webinar was sponsored by .
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MND Manchester (Covering Gtr Mcr) Dec 9
It’s the last day of the 2019 symposium on To see what the world of research on Motor Neurone Disease is talking about, follow the hashtag Check out the website as well!
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The ALS Association Dec 8
There’s currently no cure for , but that doesn’t mean there’s no hope. is strongest when we fight together. Give Hope and Make an Impact today.
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The ALS Association Dec 8
Let’s get Steve Gleason the House support needed for the Congressional Gold Medal. Contact your Congressional leader to ask him/her to sign on as a co-sponsor though the "Write Your Representative" button here: .
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Andrea Pauls Backman Dec 8
Thank you to all the Patient Fellows and all those with attending and participating in these meetings. You are the key to all the work we do!
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Sheena Chew, MD Dec 8
Biomarkers that can reliably identify early changes in before symptoms start will help us design trials to try and prevent it. That's the moonshot. Excellent work underway.
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MNDRIA Dec 8
Excellent presentation on axonal transport from Aussie researcher at the Schiavo lab in London
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Tammy Moore Dec 7
A very early start in Glasgow for a lively debate on clinical trial exclusion/inclusion criteria. Dr Angela Genge vs Dr Leonard Van Den Berg providing the arguments. Thank you to for providing the forum.
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The ALS Association Dec 7
Join us 12/17 for an webinar about the importance of celebrations & holidays while living w/ . Beth Barrett, MSW, LCSW, CT will discuss potential challenges of participation & the benefits of creating meaning through events. Register: .
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MND Association Dec 7
It's an honour to have with us at the Symposium this year. She is exhibiting some of her amazing artwork, available to purchase from her website 🎨
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The ALS Association Dec 7
Informative and entertaining debate about whether our current approach for diagnosing ALS is adequate.
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The ALS Association Dec 7
Congratulations to Dr. Brian Dickie for the Humanitarian Award and Dr. Angela Genge for the Forbes Norris Award! We are proud to be on the same team working to defeat ALS.
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Tammy Moore Dec 7
So very proud of our own Board Member, Dr Angela Genge - recipient of the prestigious Forbes Norris Award at the International Symposium of ALS/MND. Tremendous and well deserved recognition for exceptional care and compassion.
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MND Research Dec 7
We are extremely proud of the Director of Research Development, Dr Brian Dickie, to win the Humanitarian Award 2018 for his relentless commitment to MND research.
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