Meet a Patients and Researchers Racing to Find a Cure for ALS

June 14, 2016 - als

Check out a preview of Friday’s arriving part above

This Friday, Jun 17, HBO will atmosphere a new part from deteriorate 4 of a Emmy-winning show. Last week, we investigated a central response to a Flint H2O predicament in Michigan and embedded with a militias fortifying Libya from ISIS. This week, we accommodate people battling ALS, a deadly neurodegenerative disease, to examine because there are still no viable diagnosis options.

Even after a Ice Bucket Challenge went viral in 2014, lifting millions of dollars for ALS recognition and research, many people still don’t know how fast a neurological illness can impact a body’s muscles or how to provide it. In sequence to examine a illness from a patient’s perspective, VICE’s Angelina Fanous set out to accommodate associate ALS patients and tip US researchers after anticipating out that she had a disease. On this episode, we find out how patients are coping with a contingent symptoms of a illness and a hurdles that drugmakers face in building a cure.

Watch a preview of a part above and make certain to check it out Friday, Jun 17, during 11 PM on HBO. If we wish some-more VICE episodes to lift we by a week, we can watch our whole third season online now.

Check out a ALS website to learn some-more about a illness and find out what we can do to help.

source ⦿ https://www.vice.com/read/vice-on-hbo-als

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