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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.net 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.

What is ALS?

Learn about the disease, the diagnostic
process and why prognoses vary broadly

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Clinical Trials

Locate clinical trials near you
and quickly find out if you qualify

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Precision Medicine Program

Precision Medicine Program is now enrolling! Become a partner in ALS research and directly impact the pace at which we advance treatments into clinical trial.

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News

Get perspective on the latest news about ALS

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Forum

Interact with people with ALS, care providers and
ALS researchers from across the globe

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Webinars

Gain timely information on worldwide lab
or clinic based research

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