Hundreds accumulate during Baldwin Wallace to lift money, recognition for ALS patients

September 28, 2015 - als

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BEREA – Hundreds of people collected during Baldwin Wallace University on Sunday to assistance lift income for patients battling ALS in Northern Ohio.

Staff, caregivers and volunteers of The ALS Association Northern Ohio Chapter were during a travel as well.

This year noted a 16th annual Cleveland Walk to Defeat ALS.

ALS, also famous as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, is characterized by a on-going lapse of engine neurons, that are obliged for joining mind signals with intentional flesh movement.

Life outlook for an ALS studious is dual to 5 years from diagnosis.

The goal of a ALS Association is to continue to provide a illness while removing closer to anticipating a cure.

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