An expert on Lou Gehrig's disease explains what we know about this debilitating condition and how Hawking has beaten the odds Physicist Stephen Hawking onstage at the 2010 World Science Festival Opening Night Gala in June 2010 in New York…
By Katherine Harmon
In a stem cell research breakthrough, scientists have reprogrammed skin cells from two elderly patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis -- also called ALS, or Lou Gehrig's Disease -- to act like stem cells.
By PBS NewsHour
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