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ALS Community Comes Together in Unprecedented Fashion To Urge Congress To Pass Critical Access To Disability Benefits Bill

Theresa Garner  -  September 15, 2020
Twenty ALS Advocate Groups Coordinate to Attain More than 360 Co-Sponsors in both the House and Senate.
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ALS Association, I AM ALS Call On FDA, Amylyx to Make AMX0035 Available to People with ALS

I AM ALS, ALS Association  -  September 2, 2020
Data from the trial, indicates the drug met its pre-specified, primary outcome and represents a significant development for the ALS community.
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I AM ALS Launches Navigation Program as Single Entry Point for Patients and Loved Ones

Theresa Garner  -  August 25, 2020
One-stop resource eliminates an information gap within the ALS community and better connects patients and their loved ones to groups providing supportive care resources.
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Getting Your Health Care Team Together: 4 Steps To Take

I AM ALS  -  August 14, 2020
A health care team who you trust to advocate for you and is aligned with your values is vital to empowering you as you navigate ALS. Here are four steps to take as you identify who should be on your health care team.
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I AM ALS Empowers Patients With Launch of Clinical Research Dashboard

I AM ALS  -  August 14, 2020
ALS Signal is a new global resource created by patients, caregivers and advocates to offer a user-friendly way to discover current ALS-related clinical research.
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Preparing to Feel Prepared: 7 Things to Do When You’re Diagnosed with ALS

I AM ALS  -  August 6, 2020
Figuring out where, how and what to start with can feel overwhelming, so we’ve made a list of seven essential elements to get started in navigating ALS.
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A Skadden Associate Is Raising Millions in His Fight Against ALS

Bloomberg Law  -  July 2, 2020
The amount of federal funding for ALS research has grown by more than $50 million in the past 18 months. And Wallach is hopeful that number may reach $95 million by the end of the year.
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Coronavirus shows how fast science can move — ALS needs same urgency

Fox News  -  July 2, 2020
Trials can drag on for a decade or longer. Most ALS victims don't live that long. This overly deliberate regulatory process doesn't match the urgency of ALS. It’s not saving lives, and it’s killing hope.
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My Friend Was Struck by ALS. Here’s How He’s Fighting Back.

WIRED  -  June 23, 2020
Brian Wallach's left hand cramped and he dropped his pen. Annoying. He'd spent months preparing for this case. He'd joined the US Attorney's Office, a dream job, almost three years earlier.
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