As many of you may know, my sister Tiffany started having health issues about 18-24 months ago. She started noticing some cramping in her hands and started dropping things. Around the same time, she began having difficulty with her speech. She saw a neurologist, who started ordering a battery of tests and lab work on her. After months of appointments, there were still no answers. On November 19th, Tiffany got in to see a neurologist at The University of Kansas Hospital and finally got answers. This is the day they diagnosed my sister with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), otherwise known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. ALS is a neurodegenerative disease in which the nerve cells break down reducing function in the muscles. It's a very ugly and rare disease! The average cost for a person with ALS, with health insurance, is anywhere between $50,000-$75,000 per year! We have set up this page to help out my sister and her family with the upcoming medical costs. Any donations will help and be greatly appreciated by the entire Andrewjeski/LeDuc family. We will use this page to keep you updated on her fight against ALS. We also ask that you keep her, her family, and her friends in your thoughts and prayers!