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ALS South Carolina News for 07-31-2018

ALS Research at DUFacilitating treatment via magnetic stimulation Recently, repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation has been shown to have significant anti-depressant effects for patients that do not respond to the traditional methods. Another area for...

ALS South Carolina News for 07-30-2018

ALS 2015 Algorithm lectureFDA approves Radicava, first new ALS treatment in 20 years May 6 – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved the first new drug in decades to treat the fatal neurological disease ALS. The FDA approved edaravone,...

ALS South Carolina News for 07-29-2018

ALS 2015 Algorithm lectureBoston Children’s Hospital Dr. Heidelise Als is a researcher and clinician who has focused her life research on the behavioral organization of the newborn infant, especially the preterm and high risk infant. From...

ALS South Carolina News for 07-28-2018

ALS Ice Bucket ChallengeTreatment of Pain and Suffering in the Terminally Ill In contrast, when asked, most end-stage terminally ill patients do not choose artificial sustenance if the risks and benefits are adequately explained. It is the consensus of...

ALS South Carolina News for 07-27-2018

ALS Ice Bucket ChallengeBritish man flies to Richmond every two weeks for ALS treatment A man from England flies more than 3,000 miles every two weeks to Richmond hoping a clinical trial can help him live longer as he battles amyotrophic lateral sclerosis...