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Whatever It Takes

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As is true for so many with ALS, the symptoms appeared out of nowhere. Kerry Falzone’s father, Andy, an avid mountain bike rider, self-taught guitar player, and long-time carpenter was…

Take Me Out to the Ballgame

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The year is 2000. It’s a spring day in New York. A baseball game is about to begin. Brosius is playing third and Pettitte is on the mound. But this…

Diagnosed with ALS at 33 – Scott Gingold

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“I grew up in Stony Brook, NY, and graduated from the School of Visual Arts in NYC for computer art. I worked as a graphic designer, animator, and cartoonist. I…

Donald Land – Master Gardener

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Feeling yourself slipping away, dropping tools, and slowly disconnecting from the life and the love you had for gardening is the most traumatic part of this horrible disease. I’ve helped…

ALS Will Not Stop Our Love

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Sandy and I dated over 20 years ago. I was waitressing during my college years when Sandy entered my life. He had come to the restaurant to start his management…

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