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Posted on Saturday, January 1, 2011 - 14:18, By: Amy Madsen
A biomarker is any biological indicator that doctors or researchers can objectively measure and evaluate to determine an individual’s health.
Examples of common biomarkers include body temperature and heart rate, a mutated gene or brain and spinal cord images obtained through imaging techniques...
Topics include new thinking about how ALS develops and progresses, and progress in testing nearly 30 compounds targeting ALS-related pathways
Posted on Wednesday, September 1, 2010 - 09:39, By: Margaret Wahl
The ALS TDI, an MDA-supported, nonprofit biotechnology organization in Cambridge, Mass., hosted a public webinar (online seminar) on July 27, 2010. Below is a summary of the main points of the report, which is archived on the ALS TDI website.
Many compounds in development