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Bank that voice!

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September 10, 2013
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Lou Gehrig’s disease or ALS is a rapidly progressive, fatal neurological disease that affects up to 30,000 Americans. Eventually every muscle is affected, including those used for speech. Now there is a way to bank a patient’s voice for the future.


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