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"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:10 min | 3 months ago

"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"21 or book online it zero rez d c. Com Spell it forwards or backwards. It's the same Zoro are easy. Well. Eight people were hurt during a shooting at the Mayfair Mall and Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Friday. The victims were taken to the hospital and are all expected to survive. But police announced Sunday that they have arrested a 15 year old boy, and it also recovered the suspected firearm used in the shooting. The shooter exited the mall is other patrons were running out, unaware that the shooter had left the mall and a perimeter was established. Tactical teams were formed to begin clearing them all of patrons sheltering in place. Well, what does the chief of police very Weber and another co founder of the Ice Bucket Challenge has died. Pat Quinn, motivational speaker and co founder of the Ice Bucket Video Challenge for a less died Sunday morning at age 37 He better of India Tropic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013 the video challenge taking social media by storm in summer, 2014. Quinn talking to Fox News radio in 20. 15 disease that has no hope at the moment. But the Ice bucket challenge revamped that outlook, the challenge so far raising more than $250 million worldwide. Currently, there is no cure for a less a fatal progressive nervous system disease, which impacts nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, causing loss of muscle control boxes. And Carrick. Meanwhile, in sports, one of the embassies, bright young stars has agreed to a large contract extension All Star guard Donovan Mitchell And the Utah Jazz have agreed to a five year $195 million contract extension, according to multiple media reports. The 24 year old Mitchell, the 13th overall pick in the 2017 draft, He immediately went on to win the Rookie of the Year award in his first season and shall follow that up with a strong second year before being named an All Star for the first time this past season and leading the Jazz to the playoffs, where they fell in seven games for the Denver Nuggets in the first round. Through three seasons, Mitchell has averaged 22 points, four rebounds and four assists. Boxes. Ryan Mayor I'm Mary Course. Eddie and this is Fox News need appliances, then skipped black Friday and gets a.

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Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

John Batchelor

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

"And another co founder of the Ice Bucket Challenge has died. Pat Quinn, motivational speaker and co founder of the Ice Bucket Video Challenge for a less died Sunday morning at age 37 He better of India Tropic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013 the video challenge taking social media by storm in summer, 2014. Quinn talking to Fox News radio in 20. 15 disease that has no hope at the moment. But the Ice bucket challenge revamped that outlook, the challenge so far raising more than $250 million worldwide. Currently, there is no cure for a less a fatal progressive nervous system disease, which impacts nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, causing loss of muscle control boxes.

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"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:13 min | 3 months ago

"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"So I can move on to the next call. But I will give you the phone number because I want to welcome more people to the phone bank over here. It's 108 for 8 92 20 to 100 for a W A. B. C. Up next. We're gonna talk about Nancy Pelosi. What a miserable failure. She is And what type of political price she's got to pay with respect to that so again, keep it locked right there. I'm rich. Valve s at Richfield. Us on all social media will be right back. This'd America Fox News. I'm an Kerik as the Trump campaign continues to claim fraud and pursue legal avenues. Michael Steele with Dominion voting System explains to Fox's America's news headquarters. How the machines work Still out there balance on the touch screen. They're given a printed copy, which they then give to a local election official for safekeeping, Steele says. In every case checked, the printed ballots have matched the Elektronik machine tally. Pat Quinn, co founder of the ice bucket Challenge for a less died this morning at age 37 he better Amy O Tropic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013, the ice bucket video challenge taking social media by storm in summer. 2014. Quinn, talking with Fox News radio in 2015 is great for the A L s community. We really needed a new sense of fight new sense of hope. So far, the challenge raising more than $250 million Worldwide. America's listening to Fox News. Only way B C New York. Hey, guys, Brian Kilmeade here. Now, Many people realize their less than one half of a percent of Americans serving the U. S military. One of my real good friends. Lieutenant Colonel Dan Rooney is a fighter pilot in the Air Force, and it's served three tours of duty in Iraq. His is a great American story of service from humble beginnings. Colonel Dan started folds of honor above this garage. His mission never wavered. Folds of honor stepped in and shine a bright light in an otherwise very dark situation to help Sarah pursue her educate. Shuttle dreams. Her father was killed in action. That's what folds of honor, does they under the sacrifice by educating the legacy? My name is Sarah White Duncan and I am the proud Gold star daughter of Captain Dennis Michael White of the United States Air Force..

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Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

Always in Fashion with Mark Weber

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

"Co founder of the ice bucket Challenge for a less died this morning at age 37 he better Amy O Tropic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013, the ice bucket video challenge taking social media by storm in summer. 2014. Quinn, talking with Fox News radio in 2015 is great for the A L s community. We really needed a new sense of fight new sense of hope. So far, the challenge raising more than $250 million Worldwide.

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"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:52 min | 3 months ago

"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"This veterans Day 2020. I am urging you to please give generously in the middle of all this political nightmare in the middle of the recount in the middle of a very abrasive year. We gotta remember. The veterans that especially the wounded warriors are neither red nor blue. They're red, white and blue. And they have served us whether left right or center and we have to take care of them when they're wounded, and the simplified America's fund does that through the fun dot or g'kar, Let's go back to my next. The fund out or guest. Joined now by Master Gunnery Sergeant Roger Brown, United States Marine Corps. Hello, Sergeant. Welcome. It's good to have you on Gunny. What? Where do I find you today? I am in Chesapeake Beach, Maryland. Okay. In Maryland. You're not too far from where I am inside the Beltway. So how is the Semper Fi fund helping you? What is the nature of the illness, injury or recovery? So I was diagnosed with M a tropic lateral sclerosis and made 2016. LS or Lou Gehrig disease and medically retired from the Marine Corps and April 2017 so Simplify farm this help me in various ways for, um Taking care of my caregiver. My wife, Pamela, Brandon, and also with Team Semper Fi. They've helped me, um this year, especially, um Get out of the house and do some golfing events and give better golfing. Um, while I still can. Well, goody. I've had some experience with a less value. Nieto is ah, colleague or acquaintance of mine, and I've had some friends have it and it is a hell of a disease. How is Semper Fi fund helping you with it? Um, I mean, the big thing is, um I think the people who have the positive mental attitude and, uh, believing God do a lot better with this disease. So, um Some of life on this. Help me keep positive mental attitude because I do their virtual golf. Lessons every week that I can and bring in camaraderie and talk. Another veterans, um Uh, great. Personal, um House of attitude and see another other stories of people who've Been blown up on D Day and still, um Recovering three sports and being able to do things, um Motivates me to do more. My notes. Tell me you did for combat tours and seven deployments and I'm impressed by that. I really am. And I'm thankful for that. But from my experience with people of that ls Ham, Your wife and your Children are heroes. How are they doing? I'm We're doing good. My daughter's a senior this year and so we're It's hard for her toe be doing her senior year, but she just got accepted to the University of Mississippi. So she's looking forward to that and continue our life. She's um Upset this year. We have lost a few friends from from a left so everyone that we lose is harder for my Children because They see the reality of what I'm expected in my life, so it's hard for them, but Well, everyone who's listening is going to pray for them. And for you, ls is just I mean, it's very difficult, but going told, Miss that's got to give you some hope. I mean, she's going to know something about football, and she's gonna have a great education. Yes, I mean, we did a tour a couple weeks ago of the University of Mississippi All mess and She loves it. Her answer alumni and she's um just can't wait to go. Um, it was her first choice and she was very lucky to get that, uh, gets elected and be able to go. Sergeant, I wish you a great veterans Day tomorrow and a fond farewell to your daughter. Next year, she'll come back and forth. I'm sure but fight on. I know you will. And our prayers and hopes are with you, as is the Semper fi fund support. Thank you for joining me this morning to tell us about that. Thank you for having me. So, you humble America. Are you feeling sorry for yourself? And you got major Sergeant Roger Brandon, United States Marine Corps General, that combat tour Now he's battling Lou Gehrig disease. Ls Aga Nada has been a guest on this show. I lost my friend Jerry Kushner Toe. Ls I've lost a lot of friends Dale s and it's but I've got like Augie Nieto. Shows you can live in living, live in love and flourish and prosper with the disease. And we pray for that for Sergeant Brandon. I know that the Semper Fi fund is helping him and you can help them help him. By calling the fund right now at 760725 36 80. We have no problem. You and I, no matter.

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"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:54 min | 8 months ago

"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Your host C. J. Poppa. We've taken a trip through history covering some of the big events that take place over the years on July 4th, but there are just as many memorable events that have taken place on July 4th in the world of Sports. And let's start in 1910. When the first fight of the century took place. July 4th, Jim Jefferies came out of a six year retirement and put his undefeated record on the line to face Jack Johnson and Reno, Nevada. When asked why he was going to do it, Jeffrey said. I'm going into this fight for the sole purpose of proving that a white man is better than a Negro. It did not turn out that way. Johnson knocking down Jeffries twice for the first time in his career. Jeffries Corner man calling it quits in the 15th round over and Jeffries from being knocked out. Interestingly, nearly 25 years later, another memorable heavyweight made his pro debut on July 4th, 1930 for Joe Louis knocked out Jack crack and in the first round, earning $59 starting his ascension to heavyweight champion, which he won in 1937 and held for a dozen years. As indestructible as Joe Louis often seemed during his career. There was no one more seemingly invincible during his playing career than the man known as the Iron Horse. Lou Gehrig. Yankees first baseman had played more than 2000 games in a row until 1939 when he would become ill with Amy, a Tropic lateral sclerosis, a less which would later Become known as Lou Gehrig's disease. There still is no cure for the illness, which provided a melancholy backdrop for Garrick to bid farewell to the fans at Yankee Stadium on July 4th, 1939. But instead of acting downtrodden as I'm sure, you know, Garrett delivered one of the most uplifting and inspirational speeches, anyone Athlete or otherwise has ever given today. I.

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"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:51 min | 8 months ago

"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"We've taken a trip through history covering Some of the big events that take place over the years on July 4th, But there are just as many memorable events that have taken place on July 4th in the world of sports and let's start in 1910 when the first fight of the century took place. July 4th, Jim Jefferies came out of a six year retirement and put his undefeated record on the line to face Jack Johnson in Reno, Nevada. When asked why he was going to do it, Jeffrey said. I'm going into this fight for the sole purpose of proving that a white man is better than a Negro. It did not turn out that way. Johnson knocking down Jeffries twice for the first time in his career. Jeffrey's corner man, calling it quits in the 15th round her and Jeffries from being knocked out. Interestingly, nearly 25 years later, another memorable heavyweight, made his pro debut on July 4th. 1930 for Joe Louis knocked out Jack crack and in the first round, earning $59 starting his ascension to heavyweight champion, which he won in 1937 and held for a dozen years as indestructible. As Joe Louis often seemed during his career. There was no one more seemingly invincible during his playing career than the man known as the Iron Horse. Lou Gehrig, Yankees first baseman. Had played more than 2000 games in a row until 1939 when he would become ill with Amy O Tropic lateral sclerosis, a less which would later become known as Lou Gehrig's disease. There still is no cure for the illness, which provided a melancholy backdrop for Derek to bid farewell to the fans at Yankee Stadium on July 4th, 1939. But instead of acting downtrodden as I'm sure, you know, Garrett delivered one of the most uplifting an inspirational speeches, anyone Athlete or otherwise has ever given today..

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"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:59 min | 8 months ago

"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Your host C. J. Poppa. We've taken a trip through history covering some of the big events that take place over the years on July 4th, But there are just as many memorable events that have taken place on July 4th in the world of sports and let's start in 1910 when the first fight of the century took place. July 4th, Jim Jefferies came out of a six year retirement and put his undefeated record on the line to face Jack Johnson and Reno, Nevada. When asked why he was going to do a Jeffrey said, I'm going into this fight for the sole purpose of proving that a white man is better than a Negro. It did not turn out that way. Johnson, knocking down Jeffries twice for the first time in his career. Jeffries Corner man calling it quits in the 15th round over and Jeffries from being knocked out. Interestingly, nearly 25 years later, another memorable heavyweight, made his pro debut on July 4th. 1930 for Joe Louis knocked out Jack crack and in the first round, earning $59 starting his ascension to heavyweight champion, which he won in 1937 and held for a dozen years. As indestructible as Joe Louis often seemed during his career. There was no one more seemingly invincible during his playing career than the man known as the Iron Horse. Lou Gehrig. Yankees first baseman had played more than 2000 games in a row until 1939 when he would become ill with Amy O Tropic lateral sclerosis, a less which would later Become known as Lou Gehrig's disease. There still is no cure for the illness, which provided a melancholy backdrop for Derek to bid farewell to the fans at Yankee Stadium on July 4th, 1939. But instead of acting downtrodden as I'm sure, you know, Garrett delivered one of the most uplifting an inspirational speeches, anyone Athlete or otherwise has ever given today..

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"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:53 min | 8 months ago

"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Your host C J. Poppa. We've taken a trip through history covering Some of the big events that take place over the years on July 4th, But there are just as many memorable events that have taken place on July 4th in the world of sports and let's start in 1910 when the first fight of the century took place. July 4th, Jim Jefferies came out of a six year retirement and put his undefeated record on the line to face Jack Johnson in Reno, Nevada. When asked why he was going to do a Jeffrey said, I'm going into this fight for the sole purpose of proving that a white man is better than a Negro. It did not turn out that way. Johnson knocking down Jeffries twice for the first time in his career. Jeffrey's corner man, calling it quits in the 15th round over and Jeffries from being knocked out. Interestingly, nearly 25 years later, another memorable heavyweight made his pro debut on July 4th, 1934. Joe Louis knocked out Jack crack and in the first round, earning $59 starting his ascension to heavyweight champion, which he won in 1937 and held for a dozen years. As indestructible as Joe Louis often seemed during his career. There was no one more seemingly invincible during his playing career than the man known as the Iron Horse. Lou Gehrig. Yankees first baseman had played more than 2000 games in a row until 1939 when he would become ill with Amy O Tropic lateral sclerosis, a less which would later Become known as Lou Gehrig's disease. There still is no cure for the illness, which provided a melancholy backdrop for Garrick to bid farewell to the fans at Yankee Stadium on July 4th, 1939. But instead of acting downtrodden as I'm sure, you know, Garrett delivered one of the most uplifting and inspirational speeches, anyone Athlete or otherwise has ever given today. I.

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"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:51 min | 8 months ago

"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KTRH

"Taken a trip through history covering some of the big events that take place over the years on July 4th, But there are just as many Memorable events that have taken place on July 4th in the world of sports and let's start in 1910. When the first fight of the century took place. July 4th, Jim Jefferies came out of a six year retirement and put his undefeated record on the line to face Jack Johnson and Reno, Nevada. When asked why he was going to do it, Jeffrey said. I'm going into this fight for the sole purpose of proving that a white man is better than a Negro. It did not turn out that way. Johnson knocking down Jeffries twice for the first time in his career. Jeffries Corner man calling it quits in the 15th round over and Jeffries from being knocked out. Interestingly, nearly 25 years later, another memorable heavyweight made his pro debut on July 4th, 1930 for Joe Louis knocked out Jack crack and in the first round, earning $59 starting his ascension to heavyweight champion, which he won in 1937 and held for a dozen years. As indestructible as Joe Louis often seemed during his career. There was no one more seemingly invincible during his playing career than the man known as the Iron Horse. Lou Gehrig. Yankees first baseman had played more than 2000 games in a row until 1939 when he would become ill with Amy O Tropic lateral sclerosis, a less which would later Become known as Lou Gehrig's disease. There still is no cure for the illness, which provided a melancholy backdrop for Garrick to bid farewell to the fans at Yankee Stadium on July 4th, 1939. But instead of acting downtrodden as I'm sure, you know, Garrett delivered one of the most uplifting and inspirational speeches, anyone Athlete or otherwise has ever given today I.

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"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:49 min | 8 months ago

"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Poppa. We've taken a trip through history covering Some of the big events that take place over the years on July 4th, But there are just as many memorable events that have taken place on July 4th in the world of sports and let's start in 1910 when the first fight of the century took place. July 4th, Jim Jefferies came out of a six year retirement and put his undefeated record on the line to face Jack Johnson and Reno, Nevada. When asked why he was going to do it, Jeffrey said. I'm going into this fight for the sole purpose of proving that a white man is better than a Negro. It did not turn out that way. Johnson knocking down Jeffries twice for the first time in his career. Jeffrey's corner man, calling it quits in the 15th round over and Jeffries from being knocked out. Interestingly, nearly 25 years later, another memorable heavyweight made his pro debut on July 4th, 1934. Joe Louis knocked out Jack crack and in the first round, earning $59 starting his ascension to heavyweight champion, which he won in 1937 and held for a dozen years. As indestructible as Joe Louis often seemed during his career. There was no one more seemingly invincible during his playing career than the man known as the Iron Horse. Lou Gehrig. Yankees first baseman had played more than 2000 games in a row until 1939 when he would become ill with Amy, a Tropic lateral sclerosis, a less which would later Become known as Lou Gehrig's disease. There still is no cure for the illness, which provided a melancholy backdrop for Garrick to bid farewell to the fans at Yankee Stadium on July 4th, 1939. But instead of acting downtrodden as I'm sure, you know, Garrett delivered one of the most uplifting and inspirational speeches, anyone Athlete.

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"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WWL

WWL

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WWL

"Forecast just ahead New Orleans police hastily shut down to lose Avenue this morning after falling bricks had authorities thinking another building in the French Quarter was on the verge of collapse WWL TV reports no one was injured but to lose has been closed as a precaution so officials can investigate the cause the bricks shook loose from a parapet wall at the top of a three story building near the intersection of oil and to loose meanwhile city officials say the latest plan submitted by the building's owners for the demolition of the hard rock hotel has pushed the timeline back tremendously New Orleans fire chief Tim McConnell says the hard rock hotel is not coming down any time soon and says it'll be December twenty twenty fortunately that time line has expanded tremendously at that time we will last time we updated you we were talking about February twenty eighth that stabilisation what time line now is may seventh dog can tell you we when I say we I'm talking about the mayor myself our subject matter experts administration I'm very unhappy with that time line and we have made it very clear to him that we are happy with it the hard rock collapsed more than two months ago three people were killed in that collapse two of the people remain entombed inside the wreckage revenge for the Minnesota miracle a lot of saints fans hope the stunning last second loss to Minneapolis two years ago will motivate the saints to what the smell of the Vikings this Sunday in the NFC wild card round WW all's Chris Miller reports maybe that revenge isn't all it's cracked up to be source safe players out for vengeance will the end of the divisional playoff game a couple of seasons ago factor into anything that happens on the field Sunday no this is a completely different circumstances former saints players Steve court says the players have moved on after all that was thirty four games ago for the saints court says the players are more likely to be focused on how to handle the Vikings twenty nineteen offense and defense and we've twenty seventeen in the past meanwhile LSU is practicing for the national championship game coming up a week from Monday versus Clemson at the Mercedes Benz Superdome former New Orleans Saints player Steve Gleason who became a leading advocate for people struggling with Lou Gehrig's disease after he was diagnosed with the paralyzing illness will be awarded the congressional gold medal during a ceremony January fifteenth president Donald Trump signed legislation last year a warning police in the metal it's it's it is congress' highest civilian honor on the field Gleason is best known for his electrifying blocked punt during the saints first game in the rebuild Superdome following two thousand five hurricane Katrina in January eleventh he was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease or Amiot tropic lateral sclerosis a degenerative neuromuscular disease that left him paralyzed after a US airstrike in Baghdad Friday oil prices and oil futures have seen a four percent rise so far gasbuddy dot com says we should see gas prices start to rise at the pump in the next week or two and go up by at least five to ten cents a gallon but gas buddies head of petroleum analysis Patrick to Hans says that could all change really run account retaliate will they go after oil infrastructure will they go after the US will they shut down the strait of poor moves there are an endless amount of possibilities that they could disrupt oil prices and cause more of an impact the Han says we should not expect a major spike in oil prices overnight but the situation remains very fluid at the moment gas prices in Louisiana meanwhile are averaging about two dollars thirty one cents a gallon in W. 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"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hello is over. hello. I come here in. Hey you we. I thank you very much go head piece of whatever you are back happy to hear what you have to say. well I was supposed to do one year podcast recently in your asking people to call and that. had a serious illness yes and I do have a serious illness I've been diagnosed with a LS. but what is a less mean. the the near tropic lateral sclerosis form of muscular squirrels since. and and that that city yeah but that's just a name what is the close. in essence the brain is trying to send signals through the nerves to activate the muscles and are very sloppily as a sister this is correct but now. your brain. there are lots of things happen with your brain when you mess with it. when you don't know what's right and wrong as. let me ask you a question. how angry are you. recently because we have been listening to a bunch of your year round audio disks and stuff three guiding both they are less than most of us score so so you talked briefly about anger yes. and I may have it but it may be well I question the press but I'm not saying it's impatiently absolutely the question is hello first of all how old are you. sixty eight. how long has this been going on..

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"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:09 min | 2 years ago

"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I'm talking solutions. Lisa Tomlin Kerr with the association the Nevada chapter. Thank you so much for coming in for talking solutions. Thank you for having me. Lisa social media. Especially has helped people understand at least a little bit more about LS. If not A-List itself fact that they can help with the funding of efforts to do something about a S. Right. Should we start from the beginning? What the heck is because a lot of people. Don't know. Yes. You know, a lot of people don't know. And you're right with media and everything that's going on in two thousand and fourteen. We had a huge boost with the ice bucket challenge. Everyone heard about AL ass. What is it's a long word LS scans per amu- trophic lateral sclerosis amnio tropic lateral sclerosis. It's a fatal neuromuscular disease that affects the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, basically what happens is the nerve cell stopped talking to the brain. And it makes it difficult for everyday things. Like, you know, brushing your teeth putting on your clothes taking? A shower feeding yourself your muscles atrophy they start to kind of melt away, and then they stopped working. So they need someone to help them. They need help raising a Cup to their mouth to take a drink of water someone to help feed them because they can't bring their hands up to mouth eventually it affects their swallowing keep abilities along with their breathing. And then they are unable to breathe you're gonna make me cry. It's a horrible disease. That's what I've always heard. And if I'm correct for people who like old movies pride of the Yankees. Isn't it? Lou Gehrig's disease? Yes. A lot of times people. They what's ailing us. We always go into Lou Gehrig's disease, and even then they're not quite sure what it is. We refer back to Lou Gehrig's disease. I kind of see it as your muscles seize up and just don't work anymore. Exactly. Then you don't have the ability swallow, correct? And when you don't have the ability to breathe at that point, you end up being put on a ventilator or some kind of an oxygen device to help you exactly it starts with the swallowing and then unable to eat or drink a feeding tube comes into place. And then when they have trouble breathing and their breathing slows down, they do they need help with the ventilator, which means that they're unable to speak run able to communicate with their loved ones except through maybe I movement, and then sometimes that stops. It's really sad a LS. How common is it? Every ninety minutes. Someone is diagnosed what they alas and every ninety minutes. Someone loses their battle with Alice. And there's no cure. There is no cure. There are two drugs that are approved by the FDA, but there isn't any cure. So the life span for someone who's diagnosed with als is about to five years in the reasoning behind. It is risen attest to say. Yes, you have LS. It's almost like a process of elimination. They do with a lot of conditions. I do understand exactly. So by the time, they are diagnosed their life expectancy is two to five years. They're farther into the progress of the disease, and there's only so much time. Right. You got to wonder if inside that individual who's going through the stages of AOL less if their brain is still functioning better than their body is in they're trapped. That's exactly what's happening. A lot of times we have patients who can't communicate. But then they have these wonderful devices were tracks are movements or they're able to communicate what their loved ones. But that's exactly what happens. They're basically getting trapped inside the body. Their brain is functioning. Just as it was before they were diagnosed, it's terrible LS. That's what we're talking about. The we've got Lisa Tomlin Kerr in from the LS association Nevada chapter. We were just talking about the ice bucket challenge, which I think pretty much everybody heard about a couple of years ago all the DJ in this building at one point in time had ice dumped on their heads. And they were putting it on Facebook live and tweeting it out raising awareness and funds for a LS. But now the event that I know you have coming up the walk to defeat a LS. This is something that somebody who doesn't want to have ice on their head. You can be part of this. When is it happening? It's on Sunday November fourth at cornerstone park in Henderson. It's an event that really brings the community together. What happens is you create teams could be a team of one to a team of one hundred and each team wolf fundraise for their team goal. And then we do a huge celebration on November four th at cornerstone park, we do at one mile walk, but we have a DJ who is a high school student. He's DJ. Abi Raad we have some food tracks we have the ice tone. So if you still want to go ahead, and you wanna hit a little ice water dumped on you. You can in data people love doing that for some reason. Right. It's just for them to show their excitement about it. And then what we do is we walk as a community this year. We're having what is called unlock AL ask there'll be four different colors. So people will be wearing different lanyard yellow land means that you have a blue lanyard means that, you know, someone a loved one family, a friend has LS that you're walking and honor of them if you wear a red land in your it means that you just support the cause you want to defeat this horrible disease. And if you have a white lanyard, it means that you lost the one to this disease. The reason that they have this is to really create that community and support as a major part of this letting them know that third not in this alone. That's a no that we care. So maybe if someone who has a white lanyard can go up to someone who currently has blue lanyard, meaning that they know someone who has saying I know what you're going through. We're here for you. And your. Not in this alone. And it really does show that community a lot of times when I'm at an event like that Lisa where you can tell by color code, which people are actually affected by a disease condition or people whose families have been affected or friends. I like to go up to them and ask their story because we're there to make a difference in defeating LS as the walks title says I like to hear what their connection is to it. It makes me understand. And I'm certainly going to be empathetic because we're all part of this event to help to get rid of this disease. True. And it's almost like when you were wearing those lanyard you're wearing your heart on your sleeve. You're letting people know why you're there, and yes, we want that interaction because they need someone to maybe tell their story too. And when someone knows someone story people become more invested in the organization and what we're trying to do lease. It has the walk to defeat ale. Aspen around for awhile something you do every year. Actually, we have to every year. We have the one that's coming up here in town on November fourth, but we also have one in Reno. With Nevada chapter. We service every patient every family in the state of Nevada. It has been around for a while it was called LS of Nevada about fourteen years ago, and they had started the walk shortly after that. But in two thousand fifteen we became part of the association one of thirty nine chapters. So we have more of a support group. I guess she can say or the walk. Lisa a lot of times people get involved with causes because something happened in their life to make them dedicate time and effort. Do you have that kind of a story? I don't have that kind of story as far as something's happened in my life. I was introduced into nonprofit about four years ago and coming from the four prophet world. This is where they got to cry it, really touched my heart. I want to help the community, and this is an organization that you get to know the patients and their families, and what they're going through and you want to help it's really about the quality of life. And that's where we come in. I mean how. How can you not want to be a part of this organization what they're going through this kind of diagnosis of AOL s to an individual to a family their friends. It's got to be devastating because there's no cure, and there's only a limited amount of time. Yeah. It is. And that's where you see amazing people. I know in the beginning, it's a denial type of thing because it's hard to hear that you fatal disease, and then what's to come. But our patients they are positive. They're upbeat about it. They're not dying with their living. Yes, they're living with that. And to see their attitudes and to see their outlook on life. It really is amazing. Even though they're living with us. You know what I found? Lisa is. When you are diagnosed with something that has no cure, your perspective. Immediately changes it changes everything in your life. I am so fortunate LS, I can't imagine the feeling of someone who is diagnosed with that is horrendous, but your perspective does change even if you have a lesser condition, and you look. At life a different way. There isn't any time to waste and a morning when you wake up even with challenges is still a morning when you wake up. Absolutely. And I think that's where a lot of times when they do go through these hard times, we have care service coordinators. They have a nursing background. They do home visits with the families. And they help them through those difficult times. We have support groups that help them along the way. And again, I think support is one of the major things we help with the quality of life with our patients and their families. That's huge having another person who understands what you're going through. There is nothing at matches that if you are a patient dealing with it to talk face to face to another patient also dealing with it. It's just the richest connection you can possibly imagine. Absolutely. There were studies done they said that care service coordinators, they help their patients so much that they can improve the quality of life up to three hundred days, plus because of that support, and because of helping them through that and know that they're not. Alone. They have a support system outside. We're talking with Lisa Tomlin Kerr with the association the Nevada chapter. We are talking about a lot of people know it as Lou Gehrig's disease. You were saying Lisa to a lot of the people that you come across. We're dealing with the phrase. I'm sure you hear a lot. Is there inspiring their attitude toward life, and if you remember back to that old movie that I referenced a little while ago. The pride of the Yankees, Lou Gehrig here he is standing saying about a baseball with this diagnosis with no cure any said, he was the luckiest man in the world. Yeah. That's an attitude. You aren't taking anything for granted at that point the zest for light is incredible. They're gonna enjoy the moment today right now instead of worrying about what's going to happen tomorrow. It's right now. And you've got the event coming up on Sunday November fourth at cornerstone park. That's a great place in Henderson. Yes. The walk to defeat a.

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"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KCBS All News

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"Wheelchair and his computer synthesized voice pimple was an instantly recognisable figure vast time and the universe getting becoming the subject of a popular movie popularity hawking was born in oxford england in nineteen forty two he was a twenty one year old phd student when he was diagnosed with ammiel tropic lateral sclerosis lou gehrig's disease and told he had just a year or two to live he not only lived five decades longer his nineteen eightyeight book a brief history of time explaining the mysteries of the universe in layman's language became an international bestseller and made him an unlikely worldwide celebrity i have when he turned sixty he did a star turn with ed bradley on cbs news sixty minutes but for me quieter next treatment i would get so far hawking was one of president obama's first recipients of the medal of freedom awarded because he had overcome disability to push the boundaries if science professor stephen hawkins was a brilliant man and a mediocre student a mediocre student with a list of scientific accomplishments going back to the beginning of time itself his work on the origins of the universe and on black holes in space defined how we now understand them yet he was somehow never awarded a nobel prize always fascinated by space he took a zero gravity flight in two thousand seven the first time in forty years he could move without the chair don space here popular culture here i come he had a role on star trek i called again albert on big bang i don't make arithmetic mistakes.

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"The show begins at midnight on thunder radio students set to walk out of class this is definitely something that we're not going to back down from farewell to a brilliant mind it is quite an achievement i never thought i would get so far democrat claims win in pennsylvania we did it this is the cbs world news roundup presented by theraworx relief good morning i'm steve kafe in a month ago today there was mass murderer at a high school in parkland florida today students all over the country plan to walk out of their classrooms to protest gun violence everyone's gonna sit in silence for seventeen minutes to remember the seventeen students and teachers that died in the parkland shooting i'm bill rakoff grace carter is a sophomore at pull's ville high school in maryland via skype she explains the reason she's walking out mostly raising awareness to really get legislation to show that it is important to us chase bartsch is a student at wheeling park high school in west virginia he won't be walking out he's a gun rights supporter we are sometimes silenced by the wrong thoughts sometimes both students those say they understand the need to respect other viewpoints and passions we'll ask today's students or just about anybody to name a famous scientists in the answer would probably be stephen hawking the man who over came fifty years of crippling illness to inspire and inform millions has died at seventy six here's cbs's mark phillips stephen hawking with his wheelchair and his computer synthesized voice pimple was an instantly recognisable figure he was a twenty one year old phd student when he was diagnosed with amnio tropic lateral sclerosis lou gehrig's disease.

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"The time they committed crimes there's no official call yet on tuesday's special election in western pennsylvania's eighteenth congressional district democrat connor lamb is declaring victory over richard cohn to fill that vacant house seat despite a margin of just a few hundred votes we followed what i learned in the marines leave no one behind there are still some thirteen hundred uncounted absentee ballots democrats have framed the election as a referendum on president trump he spent much of his life in a wheelchair battling lou gehrig's disease quite an achievement i never thought i would get so far physicist even hockey new used a computer to speak after being paralyzed by a ls has died at his home in cambridge england at age seventy six more from cbs's mark phillips was a twenty one year old phd student when he was diagnosed with amnio tropic lateral sclerosis lou gehrig's disease and told he had just a year or two to live he not only lived a lot longer is nineteen eightyeight book a brief history of time explaining the mysteries of the universe in layman's language became an international bestseller and made him an unlikely worldwide celebrity today it'll be another cleanup day in the northeast after the third nor'easter in two weeks hit the region with heavy snow high winds and coastal flooding dairy new hampshire got the most snow according to the weather service twenty five inches on wall street the dow dropped one hundred seventy one points this is cbs news now.

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"Pennsylvania's eighteenth congressional district it took a little longer than we thought but we did it not so fast lambs lead over republican rick so cone is just a few hundred votes and there are still some thirty two hundred absentee ballots tally succumb says it ain't over till it's over we're going to keep fighting don't give up and we'll keep it up we're gonna win cbs has nancy cortes this is all about democrats and the land campaign trying to seize the narrative here acknowledging that this is a razor tight race but insisting that they believe at the end of the day that there is no way rick sokoto could catch up based on the locations of the absentee ballots that are still outstanding prisoners stephen hawking has died at his home in cambridge england at the age of seventy six lost one of the great pioneers a man who really believes the trail and the agenda set the agenda for the entire physics community theoretical physicist michio kaku hawking's bestselling book a brief history of time eighty more rockstar among scientists and his life spent mostly in a wheelchair battling amaya tropic lateral sclerosis made him a hero of the disabled president trump continues to shake up his administration with tuesday's firing of secretary of state rex tillerson correspondent margaret brennan he had been warned in an early saturday morning phone call from white house chief of staff john kelly that his job was in jeopardy tillerson who had been travelling in africa cut short his trip hours after landing in washington tillerson learned he'd been fired and would be replaced by cia director mike pompeo the president's pick to replace pompeii was veterans cia officer jana hospital she would become the first woman to lead the agency and with thirty plus years in the intelligence community she's likely to win confirmation but a reported role as a supervisor of a secret cia prison in thailand where terror suspects were waterboarded is likely to lead to some close scrutiny at her confirmation hearing the president was in southern california tuesday to check out his prototypes of the border wall got an earful from protesters for and against the wall and his immigration policies and he took a few potshots at california governor jerry brown california's sanctuary policies put the entire nation at risk they're the best friend of the.

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"tropic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Six this is matt bigler the tragic audrey pot case is the subject of a new documentary on the dark side of the digital world i'm john evans kcbs news time ten thirty one cbs news special report it was one of the most famous of modern day scientists and a hero for those with physical disabilities physicist stephen hawking has died at his home in cambridge at the age of seventy six missed because he definitely his mark in the annals of science theoretical physicist michio kaku more from correspondent mark phillips he was a twenty one year old phd student when he was diagnosed with ammiel tropic lateral sclerosis lou gehrig's disease and told he had just a year or two to live he not only lived a lot longer his nineteen eightyeight book a brief history of time explaining the mysteries of the universe in layman's language became an international bestseller and made him an unlikely worldwide celebrity on his disability hawking one said he tried to not think about his condition or regret the things that prevented him from doing cbs news special report i'm jim shanavie kcbs news time ten thirty to another cabinet member is fired by the president rex tillerson is out and cia director mike pompeo takes over as secretary of state pending senate approval cbs news correspondent margaret brennan reports on the latest shakeup at the white house is shaking rex tillerson relinquished control of the state department he had been warned in an early saturday morning phone call from white house chief of staff john kelly that is job was in jeopardy tillerson who had been travelling in africa cut short his trip hours after landing in washington tillerson learned he'd been fired and would be replaced by cia director mike pompeo we have a very similar thought process i think it's very well president trump who often says he likes different points of view said he fired america's top diplomat because they disagreed on foreign policy.

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