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Afflicted have the right to try

By Ted Harada



In 2010, after experiencing weakness in my legs and hands, I found myself at Emory University Hospital sitting across from one of the foremost neurologists in the world. My wife and I sat in disbelief as our world was turned upside down. The doctor explained to us that I had ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. The chilling words — “There is no known cause, and no known cure” — continue to reverberate through my head.

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