Believe...Pick a stronger word than Hope...Cure.
Started Apr 14, 2016
Started this discussion. Last reply by blazedad Apr 14, 2016.
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Despite 21 million(plus) people dying from ALS since 1869, there remains still no meaningful treatment or cure for this disease. Jon and ALS patients everywhere are basically offered the same treatment options as Lou Gehrig in 1939. Without raising awareness and funding, ALS will not receive the research efforts necessary to find a cure and will continue to strike down every person who is diagnosed with ALS...Join Jon, "fight the good fight"...Believe there will be a cure, and "others will live", bmom and bdad...jon's mom and dad.
Posted on July 12, 2017 at 1:00pm — 4 Comments
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Blais,
My name is Miles Lyon and I am the student in Dr. Milligan’s lab who is working on the completion of the Hsp70 project. While I know Dr. Milligan does her best to update you with the…
Posted on June 13, 2017 at 12:14pm — 1 Comment
Your donation dollars go directly to supporting ALS research. One means of support is through the Blazeman Post-Doc position at Brandeis University. Training the next generation of ALS researchers is instrumental for finding a cure.
Blazeman Foundation for ALS, (Postdoctoral Fellow)...will be looking at the role of the protein ( TDP-43 ) in ALS. …Continue
Posted on June 10, 2017 at 12:00pm — 5 Comments
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I have covered a lot of incredible moments in sports over the years including Super Bowls, NBA Finals, US Opens, Final Fours, Tours de France and ten Ironmans, but your performance in 2005's race was the most incredible I've ever…Continue
Posted on June 7, 2017 at 11:47am — 3 Comments
Dr. Rodal’s lab continues to investigate how TDP-43 leads to growth signaling defects in the fruit fly model as well as continuing to pursue the role of calcium channels in their mammalian models of ALS. Their progress report summarizes the past four years of research supported by the BMF and gives a look into next steps (how relevant are these pathways for progression of cellular pathology in…Continue
Posted on May 29, 2017 at 12:46pm — 1 Comment