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Gut Microbes May be Linked to ALS Progression
Aug 07, 2019A recent study published in Nature may give ALS patients some insight into how gut microbes affect the progression of ALS. What are microbes? Inside every person is a microbiome, a community of microorganisms that are also known as microbes. Microbes inhabit a person skin, mucosa, and gastrointestinal tract, but also live in plants, animals, […]
Oxidative Stress and Proteinopathy; The Unlikely Collaborators
Aug 30, 2019A recent paper was written on Parkinson’s disease showing that two conditions – oxidative stress and proteinopathy – may help find the cause of ALS and other neurodegenerative diseases. The paper shows that two possible culprits of ALS may, in fact, be working together to destroy neurons in ALS patients. Although it is still unclear […]
ALS Crowd Radio S2:E5 Barbara Newhouse & Dr. Lucie Bruijn: ALS Advocacy
May 05, 2016Barbara Newhouse, President and CEO Lucie Bruijn, Ph.D. ALS Association Interview Date: May 9, 2016 S2:E5 ALSA President and CEO Barbara Newhouse and Chief Scientist Dr. Lucie Bruijn spoke live from Washington DC at the National ALS Advocacy Day and Public Policy Conference. They shared the advocacy work on Capitol Hill that the National ALS Association […]
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