As the inventor of the GOLFSTR GOLF TRAINING AID, I hear from many of our 4,000 users. One of them gave me an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. My wife’s mother died from this terrible disease so we are anxious to find a cure as it may affect others in our family and it may affect your family too.
Of course I took the challenge and also donated to the ALS Association.
I am now challenging the 4,000 GOLFSTR+ users to take my Ice Bucket Challenge and get drenched within 24 hours or CLICK HERE to make a donation at the ALS Association or both.
Best Regards, Bill Curry
Facts About ALS
ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) also called “Lou Gehrig’s Disease” is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects the nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord, according to the ALS Association.
Lou Gehrig was a Hall of Fame first baseman for the New York Yankees in the 1920s and 1930s. He was diagnosed with ALS in 1939, and died of the disease in 1941.
With ALS, the motor neurons degenerate until they eventually die. When this happens, the brain loses its ability to control the muscles. Since voluntary muscle action is affected, patients with ALS eventually become totally paralyzed.
“Glass coffin”: That’s ALS in a nutshell,” wrote Ron Schaffer, a 67-year-old ALS patient who communicates through a speech app on an iPad.
According to the ALS Assocation, there are around 5,600 people in the US who are diagnosed with ALS each year.
ALS can happen to two in every 100,000 people. It occurs globally and can affect any ethnicity.
Although the cause of ALS is not completely understood, the recent years have brought a wealth of new scientific understanding regarding the physiology of this disease. While there is not a cure or treatment today there are drugs in clinical trials that hold promise.
Thank you for learning about ALS and considering this challenge as an opportunity to help so many people avoid an agonizing end to their lives.
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