It can take a long time to get an ALS diagnosis. Whether you are in that process right now, or recently were given an
ALS diagnosis or had a friend or loved one given an ALS diagnosis, this page is meant to catch you up to speed as
rapidly as possible. We at ALS Therapy Development Institute believe that ALS is a race against time, and we have
designed the resources here to get you answers quickly. Since we are independent of associations, universities and
hospitals, we are able to list information in a comprehensive and unbiased manner.
Learn about the disease, the diagnostic
process and why prognoses vary broadly
Locate clinical trials near you
and quickly find out if you qualify
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Interact with people with ALS, care providers and
ALS researchers from across the globe
Gain timely information on worldwide lab
or clinic based research
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ALS research information you need
Founded by a person with ALS and his family, ALS Therapy Development Institute has kept the emphasis on
working closely with patients and their families to raise valuable funds to help slow down and cure ALS.
When you take leadership roles in raising money and awareness, your efforts have a profound impact on
ALS research and drug development at the Institute. The options are limitless, and we're here to help.
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In my opinion, the research ALS TDI is doing will bring us closer to a cure than anything else going on.
We have met the people who work at ALS TDI and their passion shines through, their personal connections to this disease drive them. We believe they are one of the most progressive and effective insitutes around, and they will be part of the cure.
Jose supported ALS TDI because "of the Institute's single-minded focus on finding a solution for ALS, and doing so as a nonprofit biotech company with top-tier talent. Clear Objective + Solid Strategy + Stellar People = Desired Results."
José Cofiño (PALS, Died 2017)
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