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      Price Wooldridge

      Some people really like to do their research, love science, and want to know everything about their LEMS. I’ve got the article for you!

      As we all know, the heart of the problem (not the heart) (smile), is the neuromuscular junction, or NMJ. LEMS is a classic paraneoplastic disorder. Nerve signals to the muscles are disrupted at the neuromuscular junction, causing muscle weakness.

      This article from NIH.gov, “Synaptic pathophysiology and treatment of Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome”, will tell you everything you want to know about the NMJ and LEMS. You can read it at this LINK.

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