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Help us raise awareness not only of Lou Gehrig’s legacy but also of the disease
that bears his name by using or sharing these social media tools.


This PSA, which will be broadcast on the History® channel and its sister channels the year of the 75th Anniversary of Lou Gehrig's farewell speech to baseball, discusses the Yankee great and the need to fund ALS research.

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Facts About
Lou Gehrig And ALS

Infographic

View and share this infographic to see interesting facts and figures on Lou Gehrig’s life and The ALS Association’s global research efforts.

Using these iconic images of Lou Gehrig, we have created different versions of web banners, social media graphics and logos for you to download and use to help spread awareness.

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Today’s Faces of ALS

Lou Gehrig was the first face of ALS. Today, there are many courageous faces of people impacted by the disease: those living with ALS, along with their loved ones, family members and friends.

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