Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, usually called ALS, is mysterious, and affects a person’s ability to move their muscles. Eventually, the disease renders patients unable to walk, move, speak, eat and breathe. To meet the needs of the ALS patients and their families, we created the Jefferson Weinberg ALS Center, a clinical and research integrated program.
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Andrew B. Newberg, MD, a neuroscientist and director of research at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals’ Myrna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine, recently spoke to Sandy Bauers from the Philadelphia Inquirer about his research on religion’s effect on the brain.