There are clinical trials for ALS in the US that are currently open for patients to apply

The ALS Association and myTomorrows have partnered as we share our commitment to support patients and families impacted by ALS. We understand that the process of identifying and potentially pursuing a clinical trial can be challenging and together we provide support throughout this journey. This support is always free of charge for patients and healthcare professionals. 

How it works

1

Schedule call with our medical team

Our medical team at myTomorrows gets in touch with you to gather medical information.

2

Pritelivir eligibility

Based on medical information, we assess eligibility for Pritelivir. If not eligible, we help to find other treatment options.

3

Get help accessing treatments

We help you gain access to the treatment. Our services are free of charge for both patients and doctors.

We are here for you

Your situation is unique, and we understand that.

Our Patient Navigators will guide you and your family through the process of finding and accessing clinical trials. Many of us have personal experience with serious illnesses, so we understand the desire to know about all possible options.

“Patients often feel like they are on their own, and that’s difficult, but Patient Navigators are here to help them,”— Angela Sarmiento Betancourt, MD, senior Patient Navigator.

let us help you

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Book a call with the myTomorrows Medical Team to discuss possibilities.

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