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CReATe Consortium ALS Untangled Series: 32- L-Carnitine

Carnitines are inexpensive, generally safe forms of amino acids. There are several mechanisms by which different carnitines might theoretically be helpful to a person with ALS. A flawed Italian trial suggested that acetyl-L-carnitine could slow ALS progression. Here we examine carnitines in more detail in hopes of helping patients with ALS make more informed decisions about them.

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