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so much so fast

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Live Chat with Producers Steven Ascher and Jeanne Jordan

What would you do if you were 29 years old and found out that you only had a few years to live? The story of the remarkable events set in motion when one family confronted a disease that would transform their lives.

introductionjoin the discussion

what's als?

Frequently asked questions about Lou Gehrig's disease and a guide to the research

'guerilla science'

How should science pursue new, faster ways to research and test drugs? Experts weigh in

The Heywood Family

What it was like caring for Stephen; updates on Jamie's research foundation; and Ben's new company

An Interview with the Filmmakers

Steven Ascher & Jeanne Jordan on making the film

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Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Park Foundation. Additional funding for "So Much So Fast" is provided by The Michael W. McCarthy Foundation, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, the LEF Foundation, the Shelby Cullom Davis Foundation, and the Wellspring Foundation.

introduction + film excerpts + join the discussion + what's als? + 'guerilla science' + heywood family + interview with the filmmakers
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posted apr. 3, 2007

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