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March 24, 2015

Emergency Room Instruction Sheet

For that unexpected emergency room visit, bring this instruction guide for hospital personnel who may not be familiar with ALS/MND.

March 16, 2015

Why Upper Motor Neurons Degenerate in ALS

Hande Ozdinler, Ph.D. at Northwestern University, has presented a new paper that supports and advances earlier studies that suggest ALS begins in the brain rather than the spinal cord.

March 15, 2015

Dr. Paul Knoepfler on the subject of Stem Cell Transplantation

Dr. Paul Knoepfler, biomedical scientist, science writer, advocate and cancer survivor offers important, easy to understand facts about stem cell transplantation.

March 13, 2015

Focus Shifts to Brain’s Motor Neurons

Results of a study suggest that an early dysfunction of motor neurons in the brain may be a significant contributor to later disease development.

March 13, 2015

How Astrocytes Help Neurons Survive

Su-Chun Zhang, PhD, of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, has discovered that astrocytes may play a significant role in how neurons survive, thrive and regenerate.

March 08, 2015

Power of Positive Thinking

Maintaining a positive outlook in the face of ALS/MND can be daunting but far from impossible.