What Is the Slowest ALS Can Progress?

The life expectancy after ALS diagnosis averages two to five years, but progression of the disease is not always predictive of life expectancy. Progression of this fatal disease will vary from one patient to the Read more...


How ALS Finally Kills a Patient

ALS is 100% fatal, though there are extremely rare cases in which the patient lives many years after diagnosis. But ALS will kill them, too, assuming that by sheer chance, another illness or accident doesn’t Read more...


Can ALS Twitching Come Before Muscle Weakness?

A neurologist says that ALS twitching CAN come BEFORE muscle weakness. There is information on the Web stating that in ALS, muscle weakness comes before twitching (fasciculations). To know that muscle weakness begins appearing prior Read more...

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