40 years ago...

doctors gave him only 2-3 years to live.

Today, surviving with ALS

Edward McNeill has beaten the odds
and become an accomplished author.

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U. S. Marine Corps company commander Edward McNeill

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Amazing Determination

In 1979, Edward McNeill was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease. His life was expected to last only 2 to 3 years with this disorder. 33 years later, he has beaten the odds and continues to live with ALS. Today, pecking with one finger, keystroke-by-keystroke on his computer, he has completed 4 novels, with several more in progress and ideas for at least 20 more. After years of non-stop writing, this writer with an almost unbelievable life story, is now ready to have his books published.

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Current Titles

Downsized by ALS survivor Edward McNeillMactan by ALS survivor Edward McNeillShohet by ALS survivor Edward McNeillThe Summer Camp by ALS survivor Edward McNeill

Edward's Story Featured

Dirk Chase Eldredge has written a book, "You've Gotta Fight Back," subtitled Winning with Serious Illness, Injury, or Disability. Edward's battle with ALS is featured as the first of many profiles and emphasizes the importance of attitude in long term survival. It is available through the publisher at www.LovingHealing.com, B&N.com or Amazon.com.