Living With ALS And Its Effects on One’s Physical And Emotional Well Being

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is a disease characterized by progressive muscle wasting due to the damage of one’s motor neurons. Progressive meaning that it continues on from the time it manifested until one’s death, which is predominantly five years. This disease also referred to as the Lou Gehrig’s disease is incurable.

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