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★ Final Farewell To Mike Lopez Jr.★
It is hard to imagine anyone who followed football in Oregon in the 1980′s not remembering his name. It struck fear into many an opponent and his #19 was called and shouted often at Oregon State where he did some legendary things. He was one of the greatest athletes to every come out of Oregon and was an All American and named Gatorade Player Of The Year. The 1981 Graduate of Aloha was truly special in every way and was known by those closest to him as “Magic Mike”! ♥
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(Image Courtesy: MGN Online)(WGGB) -- After months of grueling training and pounding the pavement, one month from today, tens of thousands of runners will lace up their sneakers and hit the pavement to run the Boston Marathon. Athletes from all.......................
Donna McNeice, John Keator, Michael Lopez Jr. , Paul Dowd, Bob O'Neil, and Mary Lupo Ciotto.
David says: " I have met some of the most amazing people from across the United States all because of this dreaded disease and we are all united by one common goal and that is to find a cure and help those in need"!
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The Food and Drug Administration has proposed a greatly simplified process for doctors to obtain experimental drugs for patients who are suffering from serious or life-threatening illnesses and have no other alternative. In a breathtaking reduction of red tape, the simplification should reduce the time it takes a doctor to apply for..............
BOSTON -- Once a standout Division I college baseball player, Pete Frates never got the chance to be a Major Leaguer. That changed on Monday, when the Red Sox signed the Beverly, Mass., native to a ceremonial contract before an Opening Day crowd of 37,203 at Fenway Park. Frates, a former team captain at nearby Boston College, was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in 2012. He has spent much of his time since working to raise awareness about the debilitating disease, which weakens muscles to the point where those who suffer from it cannot speak or walk.
Wednesday, Mar 25, 2015, 12:00 PM
Upper Senate Park
Constitution Ave Washington, DC
MEET at noon: Upper Senate Park across from the Russell Senate Building, corner of Constitution Ave NW and Delaware Ave NE KNOW BEFORE YOU GO! Please be prepared to answer media questions. Study the issues @ https://sites.google.com/site/aap4gm6/ www.change.org/ALSMedication https://www.facebook.com/gm604forals https://twitter.com/hashtag/FDAHope4A...
MEET at noon: Upper Senate Park across from the Russell Senate Building, corner of Constitution Ave NW and Delaware Ave NE
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO! Please be prepared to answer media questions. Study the i
GERMANTOWN, Md., March 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Neuralstem, Inc. (NYSE MKT: CUR) announced top line data from the Phase II trial of NSI-566 spinal cord-derived neural stem cells under development for the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). The maximum tolerated dose of 16 million transplanted cells and the surgery was well tolerated. Secondary efficacy endpoints at nine months post-surgery indicate a 47% response rate to the stem cell treatment, as measured by either near-zero slope of decline or positive slope of ALSFRS score in seven out of 15 patients and by either a near-zero decline, or positive strengthening, of grip strength in seven out of 15 patients. Grip strength is an indicator of direct muscle strength of the lower arm.