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Dear Friends, I wanted to write to you, the loyal supporters who have joined and donated to the Facebook cause Adopt an ALS Drug in Development, and let you know the sad news that my sister Ami passed away from ALS on Saturday, January 9, at her home in…Read More

Adopt an ALS Drug in Development is in America's Giving Challenge—Let's win $50,000!

Hi everyone, Our cause just entered in America's Giving Challenge, which gives us a chance to win $50,000 for the cause! Please donate today: http://www.causes.com/donations/select_donation_method?cause_id=349650 To win, between now and November 7th we…Read More

Donation Delivered!

This afternoon Steve Perrin, CEO of ALS TDI, accepted our collective donation of $3,045 from Facebook, our family site, and by check. See the photo on the Media Board of the Cause page. There's tremendous excitement about ALS TDI 00846 among the audience at…Read More

Match Made! Three Days Left to Adopt an ALS Drug in Development!

We did it! With three days to go before my $1,000 match expires, we just crossed the $1,000 line. We're at over $2,000 now. Can we get to $3,000? I will personally deliver the results of our collective donation to ALS TDI in Cambridge for anything given by…Read More

Wow! We've reached $875 raised, and 264 members in only a few weeks!

Michele Dupree just donated $600 to Adopt an ALS Drug in Development! We're in the home stretch now, with less than two weeks to go before my $1,000 match of the first $1,000 given through this cause expires. We've reached $875 raised, and 264 members in only…Read More

Adopt an ALS Drug in Development

Dear Friends, My sister Ami was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) in September 2007. She lives outside Memphis, Tennessee, with her husband and two children. Ami gets around in a wheelchair and is progressing slower than many people with ALS,…Read More

Adopt an ALS Drug in Development

Dear Friends, Right now a drug is in the research pipeline that one day may slow the progression of ALS in my sister. I’m writing to ask for your help in making sure that drug gets into clinical trial as soon as possible. The drug doesn’t have a catchy name…Read More
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