Project ALS Family
My husband Paul was diagnosed with ALS in 2003, at the age of 40. Feeling totally overwhelmed and searching for options, we were immediately drawn to the mission, drive and people behind Project ALS. The connection to Project ALS who, like Paul, understood the enormity of the life altering diagnosis, yet held a similar never give upattitude, was a great help. Their knowledge and willingness to share the latest science was so important to Paul, as was the opportunity to contribute a skin sample to the Jenifer Estess Stem Cell Lab for use in cutting edge research. He never gave up hope. We will never give up hope. Neither will Project ALS.