ALS Can Affect Anyone, Anywhere, at Any Age

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Did You Know?

ALS (otherwise known as Lou Gehrig’s disease) is always fatal and patients typically live for 2 to 5 years after diagnosis.

More than 90% of people with ALS have no family history of the disease.

1 in 300 people will receive an ALS diagnosis in their lifetime.

U.S. military veterans are twice as likely to develop ALS.

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