Steelers Broadcaster Tunch Ilkin Announces Retirement From The Broadcast BoothSteelers broadcaster Tunch Ilkin has announced he is retiring to focus on his treatments for ALS.
Tunch Ilkin Part Of A Close-Knit Group Of Friends Who Find Strength In Numbers TogetherEvery Wednesday morning before the sun rises in Pittsburgh’s Mt. Washington neighborhood, a group of men meet, they chat, they walk and they pray.
Pennsylvania Court Rejects Appeal From Former Cal U Football Player Who Sued NCAAA local man with ALS who lost his lawsuit against the NCAA has had his appeal rejected.
Researchers Encouraged By Results Of Recent ALS Phase 2 Drug TrialNew medicine that treats ALS may be coming soon.
Steelers Longtime Tackle And Current Broadcaster Tunch Ilkin Diagnosed With ALSThe Steelers' broadcaster announced in a video that he has been diagnosed with ALS.
Doctors Hoping Pill Form Of ALS Drug Will Be Less Intense Treatment For PatientsDoctors are trying to make an FDA-approved drug treatment for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS, much less intense for both patients and caregivers.
Point State Park Hosts 14th Annual Walk To Defeat ALSLarge crowds took over Point State Park for a great cause.
First U.S. Patient To Get New ALS Drug Passes Away, Still Fighting To Help OthersRene Fogarty made medical history as the first person in North America to receive Radicava. Sadly, the treatment ended up not working for him.
Former 49ers Wide Receiver Dwight Clark Passes Away At 61Dwight Clark, the former 49ers wide receiver whose reception known as "The Catch" sent San Francisco to its first Super Bowl, has died one year after revealing he had ALS. He was 61.
'So Far So Good': First U.S. Patient To Get New ALS Drug Doing Well Six Months LaterA Pittsburgh-area man made national headlines last summer when he became the first person to get a breakthrough new treatment for ALS. Nearly six months later, how's he doing now?
Pittsburgh Man Is First U.S. Patient To Receive New ALS DrugThe FDA just approved a new drug for ALS, and the first person in the United States to get it was right here in Pittsburgh.
Ellwood City Fire Dept. Raising Money For First Responder With ALSMore than two years after Ellwood City fireman Dick Streckeisen participated in the department's ALS ice bucket challenge, he never expected he'd be battling the disease today.
Thousands Participate In 24th Annual Walk To Defeat ALSALS is a devastating and debilitating disease, but people in Pittsburgh are on a mission to change that staggering statistic.
Thousands Expected At This Weekend’s “Walk To Defeat ALS”The Ice Bucket Challenge is still going strong. Round two is underway under the heading: "Every August Until a Cure.”
Priest Who Took Ice Bucket Challenge With Bishop Zubik Dies Of ALSA Catholic priest who took the ice bucket challenge with Pittsburgh Bishop David Zubik last year has died of the disease they were raising money to cure: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.