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Facts: Lou Gehrig's Disease

1. There is no cure for Lou Gehrig's disease.
2. 50 % live for more than three years after the diagnosis.
3. Muscle weakness is the most important symptom in the disease.

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Short Facts About Parkinson's

1. On average, those diagnosed are 65.3 years old at the time of diagnosis.
2. The TRAP system explains the symptoms.
3. Usually, males are diagnosed at a slightly lower age than females.

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Short Facts About Alzheimer's

1. Age is the most important risk factor in Alzheimer's disease.
2. Alzheimer's is a major cause of dementia.
3. Strokes and infarcts are 20 %.

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