Friday, May 28, 2010

The Ticking Clock Can Cause A Dilbertian Perspective on ALS Research

People with ALS live with a terrible ticking clock. They play out their lives like an ultimate game of speed chess.

It can change one's perspective on efficient use of time and the best processes for discovering and approving treatments. We all have to acknowledge that what we have been doing for the last century has failed to develop a cure (or even an effective treatment) for Lou Gehrig's Disease.

I'll bet more than a few people with ALS rolled their eyes when they read Dilbert this morning.

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