What we're about
Whenever the impossible has been accomplished, there were...somebodies...who served as the catalysts to get there. Now that our friend, wife and mother has been diagnosed with an 'incurable' wasting disease, determined that we must be ... somebody.
We'll do a share of the work, if you'll help to fuel the cure machine.
Yes we can
The sooner we start, and the faster we run, the sooner a cure can emerge. So, banding together to carry the torch is a worthwhile effort. Developing a medicine is not impossible – if we are determined together. The fewer years it takes, the better the quality of life for our many friends with ibm.
Eventually, we can prevail, because progress results from effort, and hope results from progress.
Many thanks from the foundation directors to the following who have offered time, information, insight and advice along the way:
Ashley Yee, Global Genes Barbara Cubin, US Congresswoman, retired Bill Cubin, CPA Consulting Group Christy Honigman, Christy Honigman Consulting Ed Harvey, Harvey Economics Eric Cubin, MD Erin Fleming, Project ALS Geminess Johnson, Johns Hopkins Jane Tueche Jay Eberle, Senator John Barrasso’s office, Health Policy Analyst Jen Wewers, Give Gratitude Joe Mizell Kim Beer, Midnight Productions Kristen Youmans, Deep End Ministries Lianna Orlando, Muscular Dystrophy Association Laurie Boyer, Team Tommy Foundation Marla Williams, Community First Foundation Pat Loewi Peter Nicolaysen, Nicolaysen & Associates Sara Loud, Accelerated Cure Project Steve Chadderdon Tabethe Berge, PMCH Tim Armour, Cure Alzheimer’s Fund Tom Hume, CureJM Vicki Cavaseno Virginia Fuller, Brigham and Women’s Hospital Zach Silvers, Washington University