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Rooting for Stephanie

by Ryan Shell

Screen Shot 2015-01-27 at 1.27.37 PMIsn’t it funny how certain things and conversations can stop you in your tracks?

That’s what happened during a recent conversation with a woman named Stephanie.

My call to her was part of a routine customer service inquiry, but during the conversation she started talking about the fact that she has multiple sclerosis. After a little back and forth she said,

“I just got my latest MRI results back and there were no new developments. I’m so happy about that.”

 

In the world of multiple sclerosis “no new developments” on an MRI scan is great news.

Upon hanging up the phone I looked over at a colleague and couldn’t help but share the news. And now I’m sharing it with you here. Like our donation to multiple sclerosis research, every drop in the bucket, even if it comes in the form of MRI results, is a positive step in the right direction.

I’m thrilled for Stephanie and am rooting for her as she continues the fight.



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