I'm a team sport guy. I love competition, but the camaraderie of a team, the sense of being part of something bigger than oneself, is what has always been my favorite part.
My journey with ALS is a team sport. This weekend friends and family descended upon Greenwich for a remarkable weekend of time together and time spent on two, or three, wheels riding in the Tri State trek – building awareness and support for ALS TDI. It was a long weekend I will never forget. We are so grateful.
The broader fight against ALS is a team sport as well. There has never been a more exciting time in the research and development of potential therapies for this disease, and that progress is being made largely through the collaboration of the top minds, universities, and clinics around the country. Organizations like ALS Finding a Cure, that encourage and facilitate collaboration among scientists at places like the Packard Center and ALS TDI, are helping to make this happen.
Because this fight is a team sport, I believe a cure is on the horizon.