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ALS, AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS, is a rare neurological disease involving the breakdown of neurons that control voluntary muscles leading to the inability to eat, speak, move and even breathe. There are treatments for ALS but no cure.

Chris Tschupp, former pro-hockey player, actor, model, screenwriter, was diagnosed with ALS in 2019. Chris Tschupp and Team are dedicated to the fight to #HaltALS.

Chris has been in the care of Dr. Bedlack, of Duke University, who is doing everything in his power to Halt Chris’ ALS, including experimenting with treatment options that have shown to be promising in his other patients thus far. The team is working to raise the funds and awareness urgently needed to find treatments and cures. Help Chris Tschupp and Help Halt ALS.

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ABOUT CHRIS TSCHUPP

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Since growing up on the Jersey Shore, Chris Tschupp has made a name for himself as a professional hockey player, actor, model, and screenwriter, among other accomplishments. However, in April of 2019, Tschupp received a devastating diagnosis, that he had ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) aka Lou Gehrig’s disease and only 2 to 5 years to live. ALS is a disease that attacks cells in the brain and spinal cord that are needed to keep muscles moving, leading to muscle weakness and paralysis.

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Chris needs your help to #HaltALS. Through many hours of research and interaction with neurologists, and doctors practicing in various modalities; Chris has learned that his treatments needed, and care to live as comfortably as possible are incredibly expensive. He has been in the care of Dr. Bedlack, of Duke University, who is doing everything in his power to Halt Chris’ ALS, including experimenting with treatment options that have shown to be promising in his other patients.

Dr. Bedlack is hopeful and continues to work to raise more funds that will offer larger trials and accessibility for (PALS—People with ALS) to treatments he has found to be effective in smaller trials that he has previously conducted. Chris is inspired to contribute a portion of his fundraising efforts to the continuation of the tireless work and dedication that Dr. Bedlack has spent his life pursuing.

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