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Tue February 25, 2014
Losing Voice To ALS, Kent Man Recording All He'll Ever Want To Say
It's hard to imagine a more devastating diagnosis than ALS, also called Lou Gehrig's disease. For most people, it means their nervous system is going to deteriorate until their body is completely immobile. That also means they'll lose their ability to speak.
So Carl Moore of Kent worked with a speech pathologist to record his own voice to use later, when he can no longer talk on his own.