Slower progression seen in US veterans living longer than disease norm
from ALS News
A comparison of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) among U.S. military veterans found those who lived the longest with this disease — an average of 16.3 years in more than 40% of those studied — had a younger age at onset but slower initial progression.
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