The Les Turner ALS Foundation Report
Founded in 1977, the Les Turner ALS Foundation is Chicago’s leader in research, patient care, and education about Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), better known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, and other motor neuron diseases (MND). The Foundation serves more than 90 percent of the ALS population in the Chicago area with an array of services, such as support group meetings, professional in-home consultation services and respite care grants. Also, the Foundation is affiliated with Northwestern Medicine where it supports two world-class scientific research laboratories and a multi-disciplinary clinical program. One of the nation’s largest independent ALS organizations, the Les Turner Foundation has raised more than $50 million to fight ALS.
Join Brad Saul and Wendy Abrams, Executive Director of the Les Turner ALS Foundation, for a discussion regarding the latest in research and updates from the Les Turner ALS Foundation.