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Frates Family Applauds FDA For Approving New ALS DrugWhile it is not a cure, it could help put the brakes on this fatal illness.
Pete Frates Receives NCAA Inspiration Award At His Beverly HomeDue to the progression of his ALS, former Boston College baseball captain Pete Frates isn't able to make it to Nashville in January to accept the award--so the award came to him.
Pete Frates To Receive NCAA Inspiration AwardThe NCAA is honoring the former Boston College baseball captain who inspired people around the world to dump buckets of ice water over their heads to raise millions of dollars for Lou Gehrig's Disease research.
New Massachusetts License Plate To Raise Money For ALS ResearchA new special license plate to benefit ALS ONE was unveiled Monday in an event at the State House.
NightSide - Tribute to Kevin Gosnell
Man Putting Unique Twist On ALS Ice Bucket Challenge In All 50 StatesA Pennsylvania man is traveling to all 50 states and putting a unique twist on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Frates Family 'Grateful' For Donations That Led To ALS Gene DiscoveryThe family of Ice Bucket Challenge inspiration Pete Frates said they are thrilled about the awareness and money raised by the viral marketing campaign.
Ice Bucket Challenge Donations Helped Fund New ALS Gene DiscoveryAn international team of scientists funded by Ice Bucket Challenge donations--including a professor from UMass Medical School in Worcester--has isolated a gene variation present in many ALS patients.
Sports Final: Boston College Retires Pete Frates' No. 3An extended look at Saturday's ceremony at Boston College, where the Eagles retired Pete Frates' No. 3.
BC Baseball Retires Pete Frates' Number At ALS Awareness GameAt the fifth annual ALS Awareness Game Saturday at John Shea Field, the Boston College baseball program retired Pete Frates' No. 3 jersey.
Boston College To Retire Pete Frates' Jersey At Weekend CeremonyFrates, a former Boston College baseball player, has helped raise millions of dollars for ALS research.
Former Patriots Fullback Kevin Turner Dies After Battling ALSFormer New England Patriots fullback Kevin Turner died Thursday at the age of 46 after battling Lou Gehrig's disease.

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