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‘Super Positive’ ALS Advocate Inspires Those Around Him

Doug Clough is a fearless ALS advocate from Gilbert, Ariz., who has made it his mission to make a huge impact on people living with ALS. 792 more words

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Air Force Veteran Fighting ALS One “Shy-Dye” Shirt at a Time

Diagnosed with ALS in February 2011 with bulbar ALS, Mickey Johnston is a U.S. Air Force Veteran. He lives in Atlanta, Ga. with his wife and caregiver, Debbie. 822 more words

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A Day in the Life at Home with ALS – The Tyler Family

Larry Tyler from O’Fallon, Missouri, was a loving husband, father, grandfather, devoted friend, coach, and a successful businessman who traveled the world. Larry was diagnosed with ALS in 2014 and passed away just over 18 months later. 560 more words

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#WhyWeWalk - To Find our Purpose

When Thelma “TAG” Martinez was diagnosed with ALS in 2013, she was 65 years old. Her caregiver and husband of 46 years, Henry, quickly became involved in the services provided by their local chapter. 381 more words

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Creative Ways to Support The ALS Association

The ALS Association wishes you and your family a very safe and spooky Halloween!

This festive season is another reminder that ALS takes away the ability to do so many things that most of us may take for granted. 169 more words

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Home Infusion and Coverage Information for People Living with ALS

The Federal Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved a new drug to treat ALS, which uses intravenous (IV) infusion for administration. IV therapy can be administered in multiple sites of care: your doctor’s office, a clinic, a hospital, or your own home. 924 more words

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Helpful Tips for Traveling With ALS

In general, people with disabilities are traveling more than ever, including those living with ALS. In response, the travel industry is paying greater attention to their special needs by providing more services and accommodations. 1,737 more words

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