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People who have been treated for Lyme disease, but continue to have symptoms, have changes in their brains that confirm the memory and concentration problems many of them have reported, a new study has found.
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Her ALS, also called Lou Gehrig’s disease, “has made it impossible to sing and not easy to speak,” manager Suzanne Koga said in a statement to the AP. “But it will take a lot more than ALS to silence this icon.”
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