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ATSDR Reports First Data Set from the National ALS Registry
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Safenowitz Fellows Present Research, Network at New York Meeting
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Major League Baseball Raises Awareness, Funds in the Fight Against Lou Gehrig's Disease
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UPCOMING EVENTS
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Join thousands of walkers throughout the region at the Walk to Defeat ALS.

 
  
  
  
  
  
  
The Walk to Defeat ALS®  raises funds for The ALS Association Louisiana-Mississippi Chapter's care services programs as well as awareness, advocacy and research efforts. To register, click here.
 
 
JACKSON: September 27
 
NEW ORLEANS: October 11   
 
SHREVEPORT: October 18                   
 
LAFAYETTE: October 25
 
BATON ROUGE: November 1 
MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST WALK (March 14, 2014) is still accepting donations! 
 


                                                                                                          Mississippi Braves vs. Birmingham Barons    
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Saturday, August 22, 7 p.m., Trustmark Park   
ALS Awareness Night
Did you know that military veterans are twice as likely to be diagnosed with ALS? On August 22, Mississippi Braves players will wear special camouflage baseball caps representing The ALS Association and the Mississippi Army National Guard. The players will sign their respective caps and put them up for auction. All proceeds will go to The ALS Association Louisiana-Mississippi Chapter. The first 1,500 fans will receive a replica cap. In addition, the Braves will donate $2 for every ticket purchased at the gate, and proceeds from the Tennis Ball Toss will also benefit The ALS Association. 
For tickets, visit www.mississippibraves.com or call (601) 932-8788. pALS and their caregivers: Please contact Brandi Nickles at (800) 891-3746, ext. 3 for more information regarding special accommodations.


                                        

 volleyball 5th Annual Spike for ALS Tournament

  LCR Volleyball
  Saturday, August 9
  9 a.m.
  862 Line Creek Road
  Morton, MS

  $20 a player. To download the registration form, click here
 
 
 
 
 
 

ALS MERCHANDISE -- COMING SOON!

CARE SERVICES

 

 

Patients

Certified Centers

ALS Clinics

Support Groups 

Newly Diagnosed Resources

Sign up for the ALS Registry 

Resources

List of Care Services 

Durable Medical Equipment Loan Closet

Handicapped Accessible Van Resources

Clinical Trials 

Caregivers 

Caregiving Tips and Hints

Respite Care 

Coping With Burnout

From One Caregiver to Another


 

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

We are so grateful for those who donate their time and talents for the fight against ALS. If you are interested in volunteering for The ALS Association Louisiana-Mississippi Chapter, please contact us at (800) 891-3746, ext. 2. Click Here for details.
 

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OUR MISSION: Leading the fight to treat and cure ALS through global research and nationwide advocacy while also empowering people with Lou Gehrig's Disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support.


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