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A year later, he was diagnosed with ALS, a rare incurable disease that damages the nerves that control voluntary muscle movement.
His disease, formally known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, attacks nerve cells in the brain and progressively takes away the patient's control of voluntary muscles -- the brain itself isn't affected.
His disease, formally known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, attacks nerve cells in the brain and progressively takes away the patient’s control of voluntary muscles -- the brain itself isn’t affected.
As these neurons die, people progressively lose control of their voluntary muscles, ultimately leading to uncontrolled tremors.
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