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Why you definitely don't have Lou Gehrig's Disease (ALS)

So you think you have Lou Gehrig’s disease, A.K.A. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, A.K.A. “ALS”, a rare and progressive neurologic disease that cripples your motor neurons and leaves you paralyzed and unable to speak. 515 more words

Diseases You Don't Have

The Rock Lifted

I whispered “Jesus loves you” into my mother’s ear and watched the muscle twitching on her face. But she was already gone. 

It’s weird to return home to an empty living room, where Mother had become part of the furniture. 221 more words


The Boston Marathon


Allow me to reintroduce myself and the blog for a moment. My name is Julian Davis and I ran the 2018 Boston Marathon several days ago on… 2,305 more words

Straight to brain: A better approach to ALS cell therapies?

Getting the go ahead to begin a clinical trial by no means marks an end to a research team’s laboratory studies. A clinical trial is merely one experiment and is designed to answer a specific set of questions about a specific course of treatment. 427 more words

Stem Cell Research

Test, Test... Is Anyone Out There?

Okay, I know that you are all still out there. I was the one to disappear! I know, but it was not my fault I promise you. 216 more words

I left my heart in....

One of the benefits of quarterly trips to San Francisco for my ALS Clinic visits and Botox shots, is discovering new areas of such an interesting city. 577 more words


Mein Weg Als Deutscher Und Jude FB2

Mein Kampf ist eine politisch-ideologische Programmschrift Adolf Hitlers. Sie erschien in zwei Teilen. Hitler stellte darin seinen Werdegang zum Politiker und seine Die grammatische Frage, die sich hierbei erhebt ist: Welches Substantiv ist hier das Subjekt und welches ist das Prädikatsnomen (logos oder theos / Wort oder Gott)? 376 more words