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Save the date for next Tuesday's #ALSresearch  webinar with Dr. Don Cleveland, Distinguished Professor and Chair, Dept. of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Univ. of California, San Diego. Dr. Cleveland will discuss "The Neurocollaborative: Therapy Development for ALS," starting at 4 p.m., ET on April 7. You can log in at http://ow.ly/L2uCz
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Congratulations to Pete Frates for being recognized as "Communicator of the Year 2015" by +PRWeekhttp://ow.ly/KHV7n
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Please join us in welcoming ALS of Nevada to The ALS Association! ALS of Nevada is now the Nevada Chapter. The chapter will continue to serve individuals and their families who are living with #ALS   and execute our mission. http://ow.ly/KsA1B
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Save the date for this Monday's #ALS  Care Services webinar, " Wheelchair Measurements; Why Custom Measurements Matter." Join us at 2 p.m. ET on March 16. You can log in at http://ow.ly/Kg1yz.
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Please join us the week of March 8 for two #ALSresearch  webinars. You can register at http://ow.ly/JVTOY
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We're excited that #PatQuinn  and #ALS  were featured on last night's episode of the popular television game show, "Jeopardy!" 
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A study featured in Journal of Clinical Investigation discusses a new #ALS   mouse model that will help explain the role of cells called astrocytes in the disease. The scientists involved in the study also found that astrocytes derived from people with ALS resulted in motor neuron deficits in these mouse models. http://ow.ly/JlFi0
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Save the date for tomorrow's #ALS Research webinar that starts at 4 p.m., Eastern. For this month's topic, Dr. Clive Svendsen, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, will discuss "Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells to Model and Treat ALS: A New ALS Association Funded Core Facility at Cedars-Sinai." Register at http://ow.ly/ILOjw.
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Our Research Department has issued a call for proposals for its drug development contract program. #ALS http://ow.ly/IaRfb
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