(CBS) -- Scientists have discovered a gene mutation that may be linked to a rare form of Lou Gehrig's Disease.
Juvenile ALS hits patients under 25 years old, leaving them paralyzed.
Researchers in Saudi Arabia found a specific gene mutation in these patients, and believe it could play a significant role in the disease.
The next step is creating drugs that can target the mutation.
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