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Dr. Richard Olney (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
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September 30, 2016

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September 30, 2016

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January 31, 2012
my sympathies to the family. i had a brother who succumbed to the disease back in 1981. i am glad to know of someone who was so dedicatedto to finding a cure for this insidious disease
January 31, 2012
My wife was told 3 weeks ago she has ALS. What a shock to both of us. We pray that all the efforts of Dr. Olney and his co-workers will help find a cure for this terrible disease.
January 31, 2012
I will miss reading and hearing about Dr. Olney and his fight against ALS. He was and will continue to be an inspiration to many of us in our own daily battles against this terrible disease.
January 31, 2012
For the family of Richard Olney..He knew what the outcome would be when he volunteered to be a subject for the promised cure. It wasn't to be yet, and in the end Dr. Olney became a brave pioneer, I could never be as brave as he was. My special friend Bob Papkey died of ALS in Jan. 2001 after being diagnosed Sept. 1998. It was a tough battle and the worst part was he was aware of everything daily, as it happened and was not able to do a thing about it.
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