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      Richard
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      A study, which is published in Nature Medicine, has potential implications for earlier diagnoses and future ALS treatments. Their results suggest a correlation between elevated levels of the protein marker SPP1 for perivascular fibroblasts and an aggressive disease process and shorter survival. Results indicate that vascular events are a factor in the disease’s heterogeneity and can improve the knowledge of early stage ALS.

       

      I’m always encouraged when I read an article that includes the text “…this is the first time…” It tells me that research is uncovering new understandings of the disease.

       

      https://news.cision.com/karolinska-institutet/r/new-type-of-cell-contributes-to-increased-understanding-of-als,c3325955

       

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