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ALS 3300 Blood Chemistry Analyzer

  • Some Special Features:
     Three (3) options to read test: (1) Built in flow through cell (sipping mode); or, (2) 12mm round test tube; or, (3) 1cm…
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Laboratory

International Symposium on ALS/MND: Destination Orlando

The August Bank holiday weekend is always greeted with a sigh of relief from the Research Development Team as it signals the sending off of the International Symposium on ALS/MND abstract book to the publishers. 792 more words

MND Research

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Deferral

On August 14, 2015, just two weeks ago, my father-in-law, Frank, passed away in Germany. He died from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). This blog post is his story, written to continue raising ALS awareness. 1,989 more words

Features

Karmic Reading: Tony Judt

I’m reading Ill Fares the Land , which Tony Judt (1948-2010) wrote while living with and dying from ALS.

I’m not a big believer in karmic messages, but the following also caught my attention. 151 more words

Literature

When you don't know what to say

Do you struggle with what to say to someone when you know they have a terminal disease, a disability, a mental illness or even when they are facing a seemingly insurmountable challenge? 486 more words

Ice Bucket Challenge Helps Scientists Reach Major Breakthrough For ALS

Last summer it was all about the Lou Gehrig’s Disease or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) ice bucket challenge. Everyone had fun watching so many celebrities do the ice bucket challenge, as well as challenging their friends and family to do the same.  304 more words

Health Conditions

Fate, coincidence, and an ALS clinic

by Andrea Powell, HPCCR Marketing Manager

There were two patients that day.  I could have been assigned to either one but (as far as I’m concerned) fate intervened.   1,623 more words

Hospice