If you are ill with ALS, you may want to read this little guide (in French) on home adjustments and possibly nutritional supplements.
Half of ALS patients suffer from hyper-metabolism, as a consequence there is sharp muscle wasting. In 2014 Edward J Kasarskis and his colleagues developed equations to estimate the energy requirements of ALS patients. Here is the link to the calculator using those formulas.
This online tool shows how to use certain biomarkers to maximize chances of survival to ALS.
A document calling for creating a TDP-43 gene therapy, which is modeled after gene therapy for spinal muscular atrophy.
Eye Controlled Wheelchair
This page is about eye-tracking technology to allow users to drive their wheelchairs again - using only their eyes. It links to several projects using low-cost, open-source ways to give mobility back to people who thought they had lost it forever.
There are countries where many drugs are not available, in other countries they are unaffordable. But even in the richest countries, certain precious medicines are no longer manufactured.
Peptide vaccines are vaccines that can be designed online to target some deleterious proteins.
It's been known for some time that external stimulus can reduce Parkinsonian tremors. Here is a DIY project to create a motor vibration on the wrist when tremors appear.
Dimethyl fumarate is one drug used to treat multiple sclerosis. This page is about how to make Dimethyl fumarate pills at home.
Discussion (in French) about Relyvrio, Albrioza, Sodium Phenylbutyrate, and Taurursodiol.
Certain dewormers for humans, or other products such as dichloroacetic acid, were withdrawn from the market immediately after they were found to have anti-cancer properties. What about Fenbendazole? An article from Nature enlightens us.