Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, August 25th, 2011
ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is characterized by the death of motor neurons, which are muscle-controlling nerve cells in the spinal cord. As these neurons die, the body's voluntary muscles weaken and waste away; death within five years of diagnosis is common. Only...
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