A “Cool” New Duke ALS Research Program Focused on ALS Reversals
Sometimes patients with ALS appear to recover lost functions. These "ALS reversals" may hold important clues to novel mimic syndromes, endogenous mechanisms that can overcome the disease, or even treatments that work. During this webinar Duke University's Dr. Richard Bedlack operationally defines ALS reversals and provides examples. He also reviews specific hypotheses for explaining ALS reversals and shows how each of these will be soon be tested.