Reblog: The Placebo Effect of Fighting ALS

The Placebo Effect of Fighting ALS  JUNE 6, 2018 BY RICK JOBUS IN COLUMNS, NOTES FROM THE ALS FRONT - A COLUMN BY RICK JOBUS. “I’m afraid you have amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.” My neurologist continued, “Anyone can get it, even myself,” and like Charlie Brown in the classroom, I shut him off completely, reducing his vocal output to a … Continue reading Reblog: The Placebo Effect of Fighting ALS

Reblog: No Room for Pride when ALS Is Involved

No Room for Pride when ALS Is Involved  AUGUST 22, 2018 BY RICK JOBUS IN COLUMNS, NOTES FROM THE ALS FRONT - A COLUMN BY RICK JOBUS. "Humility is nothing but truth, and pride is nothing but lying.” ―St. Vincent de Paul I never knew the comical extent of my pride until ALS hit me. Prior to its impact on … Continue reading Reblog: No Room for Pride when ALS Is Involved

Reblog: How I Took a Vacation from ALS

How I Took a Vacation from ALS  SEPTEMBER 4, 2018 BY DAGMAR MUNN IN COLUMNS, LIVING WELL WITH ALS - A COLUMN BY DAGMAR MUNN. Hello again! I’ve just returned from my summer vacation — my month-long vacation from ALS! No, I didn’t suddenly escape my disease or experience a miraculous recovery; my ALS is most certainly still … Continue reading Reblog: How I Took a Vacation from ALS