Is non-familial ALS a genetic disease?
I have read that familial ALS can be traced to a specific gene mutation. I have not read that a known genetic mutation is the cause of non-familial ALS, yet they both cause a very similar result. Is it fair to say that non-familial ALS is a genetic disease, and if so, what genes are involved, and is anyone doing research where Crisper gene editing is being used?
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