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ALS Worldwide
5808 Dawley Drive
Fitchburg, WI 53711‑7209

ALS Worldwide

Living Better, Longer Lives With ALS

Looking for hope?  Searching for treatments?  Want to know more about current research?  Need greater support from your medical team? You’ve come to the right place. Get information, guidance, hope and treatments. Learn more about medical devices, read passionate stories from patients around the world and find enlightenment and hope. Please take a moment to watch our introductory video.

Until there's a cure, there's ALS Worldwide.

The Purpose of The ALS Worldwide Podcast Series

To help facilitate patients having access to helpful medications, we have created podcasts, written and produced to put control fully back into the hands of those who need it the most – patients and their loved ones.

The ALS Worldwide Story

Ben Byer was diagnosed with ALS in 2002 at age of 31. Barbara and Stephen Byer tell their personal story about their son's journey with ALS.

ALS-An Umbrella Disease

ALS is not just one disease, but a collection of many different diseases that share the name Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. We know this because there are more than 30 different genes that have been identified that an fail or mis-fold.

Three Important Areas of Concern

Three major areas of concern are maintaining and gaining weight, strengthening the diaphragms and avoiding infections.

Early Symptoms of ALS

No single test can provide a definitive diagnosis of ALS. Instead, the diagnosis S is primarily based on the symptoms and signs the physician observes in the patient and a series of tests to rule out other diseases.

Keeping Communication Open

Being able to communicate with family, colleagues and friends helps maintain independence and positive feelings.