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Key insight: Several biotech firms, including BrainStorm, AB Science, and Neuraltus, are forging ahead with drugs to treat aspects of ALS. Scientists are hopeful — but cautious.

Considering it took more than two decades for a second ALS drug to make it to the US market, you might think that few companies are willing to take the risk of developing such treatments.

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  • ALS Is caused by a Borrelia infection and the treatment of choice is antibiotics.

    • Out of 60 ALS patients only one had Borrelia but they also had ALS. All had gut yeast infections, 58 had heavy metal toxicity and most had improvements with stem cells. A major problem is cervical osteoarthritis with osteophytes of long duration that when re-injured allows toxins to move from the gut into the CSF

  • The cause of ALS and many other ND is a Borrelia infection. We are wasting Billions of dollars on wrong research.

    • I have ALS and I was told there is nothing that can be done and they just gave me 2 years to live.

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