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Pete Frates, (seated, center) participates in the Ice Bucket Challenge with Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker to raise money for ALS research at the Statehouse in Boston in 2015. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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Adox and Michaeli with their son, Orion, in the winter of 2015. Courtesy of Christine Gatti hide caption

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A Dying Man's Wish To Donate His Organs Gets Complicated

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Karen Lorne, diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease in July, volunteers weekly with her certified therapy dog, Bailey, at the Ronald McDonald House in Chapel Hill, N.C. Courtesy of Karen Lorne hide caption

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Simplified Study Aims To Quickly Test A Long-Shot ALS Treatment

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