Raising awareness about ALS
Walking is not just exercise for North Lenoir High School Spanish teacher Jennifer Spence, it's a way to help combat a disease that took both her mother and grandmother from her.
Neuralstem's Cell Therapy Is Working, And This Is Just The Beginning
Recently published data on NSI-566 from a Phase 1 study demonstrates clear signs of efficacy in a select patient population.
New Hampshire Public Radio -
How Mouse Studies Lead Medical Research Down Dead Ends
I'm not trying to lead you astray. It's just that scientists are not skeptical enough about their mouse studies.
South China Morning Post
Calorie-rich diet may slow Lou Gehrig's disease, says study
A diet rich in calories and carbohydrates may slow progression of the lethal, degenerative Lou Gehrig's disease, according to a small-scale study reported in The Lancet yesterday.
WHO-TV Des Moines
China Trip: Als Treatment Fundraising Goal Met
Keith Miner has been battling ALS for three years. The disease is quickly robbing him of movement and affecting his speech.
New research suggests ill-conceived drug studies waste medical resources
New research suggests too many drugs -- once promising, but now failed -- make it to clinal trials on the basis of flawed research and "spurious" success in mice trials.