ALS and FTLD on Same Spectrum of Disease

Through years of research, we’re finding that motor neuron diseases share some of the same pathology as cognitive disease.

Watch as Leo McCluskey, MD, MBE, associate professor of Neurology and medical director of Penn’s ALS Center, explains how Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)  shares similar disease causes with another neurodegenerative disease – Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration (FTLD), and what this means for patients with both ALS and FTLD.

For more information on ALS, visit Penn’s ALS Center, a certified ALS Association Center, or the ALS Association.


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