AI Technology is Doing Amazing Things to Help People with Neurological and Movement Disorders 

Keith Thomas, a former Manhattan wealth manager, and his sister, Michelle Bennett, who is now his caregiver, have watched their lives quickly change. In July 2020, at the age of 41, Thomas accidentally dove into a shallow pool, … [Read more...]

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New Drugs for ALS and Alzheimer’s Show Great Promise

Q. I have a family history of Alzheimer’s on my mother’s side, and my younger brother was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) three years ago at just 40 years old. I have been participating in fundraisers and … [Read more...]

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The Hippie Who Has Helped Thousands of Families with ALS

Ron Hoffman, 67, spent most of his life haunted by something from his childhood. When he was growing up in Richmond, VA, his father was an alcoholic and was abusive to his mother. One night, when Hoffman was 10, his father snapped … [Read more...]

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“Ice Buckets” for Veterans

Veterans Twice as Likely to get ALSJoseph, a military veteran, noticed that he was experiencing tingling and numbness in his limbs. It didn’t take long before it progressed to difficulty walking, poor hand … [Read more...]

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