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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.

Talking With Children

Experts unanimously agree, children should be told when a parent has ALS. Avoiding discussion conveys the erroneous notions that ALS is an embarrassing or shameful disease that fosters anxiety and should be feared.

Humor is a Great Medicine

Humor can reduce pain, improve blood vessel function, relax muscles and stimulate the body's immune system. It also appears to improve memory and problem solving abilities and spurs creativity.

The NeuRx Diaphragm Pacing System Specifics

The NeuRx Diaphragm Pacing System has no moving parts, is silent while operating and small in size and customized to each patient.

Strategies for Improving Speech

Rather than use exercises, which could further fatigue muscles, speech and language professional encourage developing strategies to help with swallowing.

A Personal Experience from Keith Johnson of Louisiana

Diagnosed in November 2012, Keith remains positive in his fight against ALS and doesn't focus on the negative. He learned about Glutathione injections shortly after his diagnosis.

Debbie Gattoni’s Story

Debbie Gattoni noticed her first symptoms in 2003 and by 2006 was using a walker. Her spirit is as strong as she travels, skis in a basket, enjoys family and friends. She is an inspiration to all of us.