Today, we sit down with Stephen Winthrop, our newly elected Chair of The ALS Association Board of Trustees to hear his thoughts on the fight against ALS and the role of The ALS Association in that fight. 966 more words
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By Joanne Mattingly and Shannon Kennedy
My name is Joanne. I am 74 years old and was diagnosed with ALS September 2016.
My mother, Dorothy, had ALS and died in 1986. 618 more words
This year, Jennifer Beckerman received the 2017 Tom Watson Award For Courage from The ALS Association Mid-America Chapter at their annual Night of Hope. Hear Jennifer’s story and how her beautiful, 16 year old daughter, Savannah, is her ultimate support. 219 more words
By: Our Colleagues at ATSDR
One of the questions that people living with ALS often ask is – what can I do to help ALS research? 478 more words
Today, we are pleased to feature ALS researcher Dr. Sabrina Paganoni from Massachusetts General Hospital and Spaulding Rehab Hospital. She is this year’s recipient of the Clinician Scientist Development Award in ALS Research given in partnership with the American Academy of Neurology (AAN). 755 more words
Families living with ALS are faced with a whole host of everyday challenges that can become a burden over time. The ALS Association created the Care Connection program to provide support to meet families’ needs to ultimately alleviate stress. 537 more words