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Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis literally means the condition of atrophying muscles and hardening of nerves on each side of the spine, and its name was bestowed upon it in 1874 as description by its first baffled expert, Doctor Jean Martin Charcot (who also had Charcot's disease named after him).
ALS (also referred to as Motor Neuron Disease (MND), Charcot's disease or Lou Gehrig's disease) is a progressive and fatal neurological disease that affects 100,000 -120,000 people worldwide with about 1,200 new cases occurring in the UK each year.
About ALS (also called Motor Neuron Disease (MND), Charcot's disease or Lou Gehrig's disease)
ALS is also known as Charcot's disease, after the man who first described it in 1869.
ExonHit Therapeutics, a privately-held drug discovery company, announced it has received recommendation by an independent Data Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB) to continue its clinical trial for Ikomio, a potential treatment for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), a neurodegenerative disease commonly known as Charcot's disease or Lou Gehrig's disease.