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Events

Annual Golf Tourney
September 28, 2020
Annual Golf Tourney - CANCELED DUE TO COVID RESTRICTIONS
We hope to see you at our tourney in July of 2021!
September
ALS ONE Annual Research Symposium: 11/4 + 5
November 4, 2020
ALS ONE Annual Research Symposium: Nov 4th & 5th 2020
For the ALS research and science industry: ALS ONE's annual ALS ONE Research Symposium, hosted by Drs. Robert Brown, James Berry, Merit Cudkowicz, and Steve Perrin of ALS ONE, brings together researchers and scientists who are working on therapeutic options, and ultimately a cure, for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). This year’s topics are comprised of some of the most exciting updates on new and important disease topics in ALS. Registration is free but required. We hope you'll click to learn more and register today!
November

Ongoing Support Initiatives

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A Little Something campaign

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Press & News

07/07/2020
Healey ALS Platform Trial Update
The latest updates on The Healey ALS Platform Trial were provided via zoom webinar on 7/7/20. This hour-long informative session by Dr. Merit Cudkowicz and team includes many answers to frequently asked questions by pALS and families.
03/03/2018
MDA grants ALS ONE $750,000
MDA and ALS ONE form new partnership to accelerate ALS biomarker research