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Project ALS: Fueled by Love

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For Valerie Estess, finding a cure for ALS is personal.

Her sister, Jenifer, was diagnosed with this crippling disease in 1998, which led to the founding of Project ALS, a nonprofit designed to raise awareness and eventually find a cure. Nearly 25 years later, they have raised over $100 million and helped develop Jacifusen, the first therapy designed to help treat ALS. However, Valerie believes their work is far from finished.

Join us for an intimate discussion on the origins of Project ALS, their collaborative efforts with leading scientists, academic institutions, and contract research organizations to further their knowledge of the disease, and what lies ahead for Project ALS’ mission and research.


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