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Raise Your Voice: Together, We Will Be Heard

May is ALS Awareness Month. For the next 31 days, we will be dedicated to education about ALS and the important work we’re doing to find treatments and a cure. This month is also dedicated to advocating for people with ALS and their caregivers. This year, Raise...

Your Support Makes a Real Impact

Our vision at ALS Texas is simple: to create a world without ALS. Everything we do – the services we provide, clinics we support, research we fund, and laws and policies we advocate for – is done to help search for effective treatments and find a cure for...

Letter from the Executive Director: Year in Review

Texas is big, really big. Our friends at Texas Humor stated that “if you drive long enough through Texas, you still might not get all the way through it.” As Texans, we pride ourselves on the sheer size of our great state. However, its sprawling cities, growing...

Offering Help, Hope, and a Voice to those Living with ALS

By John Quinn Like many people with ALS, I first noticed symptoms several months before I was diagnosed. In December 2015, I was dropping my right foot when I walked and began fatiguing more easily than normal. I went to multiple doctors and finally saw a neurologist...