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Monday Phone calls to the VA were not immediately returned. Lou Gehrig’s disease, or ALS, is a quickly progressive disease that episodes the nerve cells responsible for controlling voluntary muscles.. 1,200 Vets Wrongly Told They Have ALS At least 1,200 veterans across the country have been mistakenly told by the Veterans Administration that they suffer from a fatal neurological disease. One of the leaders of a Gulf War veterans group says panicked veterans from Alabama, Florida, Kansas, NEW YORK, West Virginia and Wyoming possess contacted the group about the error. Denise Nichols, the vice president of the National Gulf War Resource Middle, says the VA can be blaming a coding error for the mistake.