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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Payoff: 'We Think There Will Be A Treatment In Our Lifetime'

DETROIT (WWJ) – Remember the Ice Bucket Challenge to help raise money for ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease? The challenge became a viral sensation in 2014 and raised more than $100 million. 142 more words

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Major Funding For New Drugs To Help People Suffering From ALS

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — For the last several years South San Francisco-based drug developer Cytokinetics has worked to come up with a drug to help those suffering from ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease. 203 more words

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New Breakthrough In ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) Thanks To "Ice Bucket Challenge"

Remember 2014’s “Ice Bucket Challenge“?

That social-media friendly peace of pop culture had 17 million people, including celebrities, posting video of dumping a bucket of ice-cold water over themselves–to raise funds for… 309 more words

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El "Ice Bucket Challenge" No Solo Fue Diverson, Logro Ayudar La Medicina

¿Recuerdas del fenómeno o reto de los cubetazos de agua fría en el 2014, llamado el Ice Bucket  Challenge?   Esto era para recaudar fondos  para estudios  para la enfermedad llamada, ALS  o en español Esclerosis Lateral Amiotrofica.    149 more words

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Ice Bucket Challenge Leads to ALS Research Breakthrough

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DALLAS (1080 KRLD) – We all remember the ice bucket challenge from 2014. Videos were posted to every social media site as people drenched themselves in ice water to raise awareness about ALS. 228 more words

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'Ice Bucket Challenge' Donations Funded Promising New ALS Research

Remember two summers ago when the “Ice Bucket Challenge” took over social media and everyone was getting doused with cold water to raise money for ALS research? 179 more words

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Where $1M of your Ice Bucket Challenge fundraising money went

It was seen as a gimmick: In 2014, people around the world dumped buckets of ice over their heads, challenging their peers to do the same while raising money for… 545 more words

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