Here you will find all the posts from Eric’s previous blog page, plus (of course) all new entries. Click the title to read the entire post.
A few days ago, Matt White, who lives with ALS, addressed the Butler NCAA basketball team prior to their Final Four victory over Michigan St. Normally I don’t care about … Continue reading Role Model
The ALS Therapy Development Institute is a non-profit biotech fully devoted to finding a treatment for ALS. A few years ago they undertook a genome-wide association study (GWAS) on the … Continue reading CD40L and the MAB
Stem Cells for Dummies is authored by Lawrence S.B. Goldstein, PhD. Dr. Goldstein also co-authored the legislation which created CIRM. The book does, IMHO, a rather good job of presenting … Continue reading Stem Cells for Dummies
Interesting things happen to one’s body due to ALS. One of the most trivial effects I have noticed involves my fingers. I am quadriplegic so my hands spend all their … Continue reading Sausage-fest!
I recently received a handwritten letter from Lou Gehrig. Obviously it was not addressed to me as the people responsible for creating me had not yet themselves been created. But … Continue reading Letter from Lou
Back in November of 2009, Amazon released its Kindle for PC software. The program is free and available for Windows 7, XP, and Vista. A future version for Mac is … Continue reading Kindle for PC
There has been a bit of action recently in terms of stem cells, with one human trial in MND which commenced this month and another which hopes to commence soon. … Continue reading Stem Cells
People often ask, “How do you do this?” The simple answer is, I have no choice. There is only one alternative and that only interests me in terms of rhetoric … Continue reading A Very Special Olympics
It has been a long time since my last post. Blame the holidays a bit. But the blame lies in the website being hideously difficult for me to update. I … Continue reading I’m Not Dead Yet!
11/02/2009 A few weeks ago my mother Joan participated in a half-hour radio interview with P.J. Ochlan of KGIL in Los Angeles. Since I can’t talk I had prepared some … Continue reading Radio Show