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Created:   10/20/2011
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NEWS FROM THE AAN ANNUAL MEETING: New Study Asks: What Is the Cost of Multidisciplinary ALS Care?

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White Matter Changes in Pre-Symptomatic ALS

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Stem Cells from ALS Patients Yield New Insights about Disease

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ALS, Through the Eyes of a Filmmaker and Daughter

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Scientists Create Humanized Model of Sporadic ALS

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Why Reducing MMP-9 Could Be a ‘Good Thing’ for ALS

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Leading ALS Researcher and Former AAN President Theodore Munsat, MD, Dies

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Antisense Therapy Against C9ORF72 Looks Promising in ALS Models

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How Does ALS Spread?

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Lessons Learned — and a Roadmap to New Approaches — After Disappointing Phase 3 Results for Two Drugs for ALS

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NEWS FROM THE AAN ANNUAL MEETING: Diaphragm Pacing for ALS Patients: How to Identify Best Candidates

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Moving Forward on a New Therapeutic Target — Oligodendrocytes — for ALS

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New Data Confirm the Role of Inflammatory Markers in ALS

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Oligodendroglia Found to Play a Role in Motor Neuron Death and ALS

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IN THE FIELD: Sheila Essey Awardee Christopher Shaw, MBChB, MD: On Taking the Back Roads to Unraveling ALS Genetics

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NEWS FROM THE AAN ANNUAL MEETING: C9ORF72 Studies Shed Light on the Most Common Genetic Cause of ALS and FTD

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Antisense Therapy for ALS Found Safe in Small Trial, but More Safety Data Are Sought

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News from the AAN Annual Meeting: Common Inflammatory Pathways Identified for ALS Animal Model and Humans With Disease, Suggesting New Therapeutic Targets

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Richard K. Olney, MD, Renowned ALS Researcher Dies of ALS at 64

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Is ALS Ready for a Staging Model?

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