About This Project
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS (MND), is a group of rapidly progressive fatal neurological diseases. This is the first study to examine how music therapy can benefit the physical rehabilitation of persons living with ALS. Our hypothesis is that music therapy can help ALS patients with breathing, swallowing and speech. We have conducted the experiment treating 8 participants with music therapy. To complete the project we need to analyze the data and publish the results.
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