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  1. Matt's story: I'm doing fine

    I’m lucky. It's been 4 years since the first MND symptoms, only my voice has been impacted.

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  2. David's story: Nothing to lose

    Two and a half years after his diagnosis, David found a medicine with off-label application for MND.

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  3. China approves edaravone for ALS

    Radicut/Radicava (edaravone), shown to slow the progression of ALS, is now approved for patients in China.

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  4. Marc's story: A brief look at life with ALS in the US

    After 3 years of living with ALS, Marc found a new medicine on the other side of the world. 

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  5. Peter's story: Life goes on

    Diagnosed with ALS only 6 months ago, Peter went against the current to find more options to treat his disease.

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  6. Mark & Dee's story: For better, not worse

    With tears, laughter and hope, Mark and his family find their own way to cope with ALS.

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  7. Bakr's story: living with ALS in the UAE

    Still walking and talking after 4 years with ALS: we share Bakr's experience of living with a rare disease in the UAE to further his goal of creating awareness and to connect with other ALS patients.

    bakr and wife daad blue sides

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  8. FDA gives go-ahead for MN166 (ibudilast) to begin phase 2b/3 clinical trials

    Approval for next phase of clinical trials puts ALS patients one step closer to accessing new treatment shown to slow disease progression.

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  9. Teresa's story: how ALS changed my life

    Teresa's husband was diagnosed with ALS. She spent 11 years as his caregiver and discusses her experiences.

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  10. Garmt's story


    In July 2013, Garmt van Soest returned home from a week of kitesurfing, ready to get stuck into some new projects at work and prepare a wedding speech for one of his best friends, Paul.

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