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What is ALS?

ALS aka Lou Gehrig’s Disease is a horrendous disease attacking the neuromuscular system of the body, slowly and systematically rendering the person paralyzed and unable to breathe.

ALS is classified as a rare disease with a much smaller population (20,000 US) of people affected than that of cancer (2 million US). Thus, the profit potential of an ALS drug is limited and companies tend to invest where the profit potential is greatest.


About ALS Cure Project

Founders: ALS CURE Project was founded in 2019 by Mike Piscotty and Stephen Piscotty(A’s Right-fielder) in honor of Gretchen Piscotty with the sole purpose of finding a cure for ALS.

Mission: Conduct foundational research to identify the ALS disease mechanism and ALS biomarkers to enable pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to develop the ALS cure.

The ALS CURE Project, a nonprofit, was founded in 2019 by Oakland A’s right fielder Stephen Piscotty and his dad, Mike, in memory of Gretchen Piscotty, who passed away in 2018 from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), better known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease (www.alscure.org). The ALS CURE Project’s mission is to conduct foundational research to identify ALS disease mechanisms and ALS biomarkers to enable pharmaceutical biotechnology to develop the ALS cure.