CDC’s National ALS Registry

The National ALS Registry was created in 2010 to help scientists learns more about who gets ALS and what causes it. Persons with ALS can join the registry and complete brief surveys that help researchers understand possible risk factors for the disease, such as genetics, environmental, and occupational exposures. They also can choose to be alerted about research studies and clinical trials and have the option to contact the researchers to find out more. – learn more.

MDA’s ALS Resource Center

  • Signs and Symptoms
  • Causes and Inheritance
  • Medical Management
  • Research
  • and More…

Resource Center Here

Clinical Trials Tool

Find a Clinical Trial for You or a Loved One with our Clinical Trials Tool.

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