November 17, 2006, Newsletter Issue #29: The ALS C.A.R.E. Program

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The ALS C.A.R.E. (ALS Clinical, Assessment, Research, and Education) Program is a national database, which has been established as a resource tool for people with ALS, and those who treat ALS patients. A large amount of information dealing with diagnosis, treatment, and the care of people with ALS is placed into the database. This information is overseen by a group of neurologists, and the database is used as a tool to assess the care and treatment ALS patients are receiving, and provide guidelines for improving this treatment for future generations.

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