Climb for a cure of MS & CADASIL Syndrome for Jennifer Costner’s Father.
I, Ashley T. Head, have a new and dear friend, Jennifer Costner, whose father is suffering from an uncommon yet deadly disease called CADASIL Syndrome. It is disease very commonly misdiagnosed as Multiple Sclerosis since it is very similar in the way the initial symptoms manifest. As a Clinical Scientist who specializes in managing clinical trials on humans, I am climbing the stairs for my friend’s father and for the many people who suffer with Multiple Sclerosis and CADASIL Syndrome and many diseases that are similar. More research needs to be conducted to save our loved ones from these life altering diseases. For this reason, I am Team Captain and will be climbing the stairs on November 15, 2014. Go Team Natural International Talent Alliance! (N.I.T.A).
Multiple Sclerosis affects people in the prime of their lives, between the ages of 20 and 50. Every hour someone is newly diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. More than 2.5 million people worldwide live with this unpredictable disease. The symptoms of MS are different for everyone – the only certainty is that it will affect yet another person every hour of every day.
I will MAKE MY MARK and do my part to make a difference in the lives of those living with MS. By supporting me you too will MAKE YOUR MARK in this pursuit.
Let’s Move Forward Together.
Currently there is no cure for MS. The money that is raised will be used to find the cause, treatment, and ultimately the cure for multiple sclerosis. The money is also used to provide education, information, direct financial support, and scholarships to individuals and families living with MS.
Please join me in the movement to do something about
Multiple Sclerosis and CADASIL Syndrome NOW!!