On July 4 1939, Lou Gehrig, the New York Yankees' regular first baseman, said his farewell to baseball. Gehrig's fans did not know he would die two years later of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as ALS. Today, the sporting legend's memory still spurs on efforts to find a cure.
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