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In 1939 Lou Gehrig was diagnosed with ALS. He was told that the disease would gradually paralyze him and eventually limit his ability swallow and then to breath. His mind would remain completely aware of what was happening to his body until the end.  His life expectancy would be two to three years. He lived two years after his diagnosis. ALS is better known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. I guarantee you that isn’t the legacy he wanted. In 2013 I walked into a neuroligists office for a second opinion and received the same news. Nothing has changed in 75 years.
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