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Team #ALLin is traveling the country and talking to people to hear real stories about their health concerns, wants and needs. Why? Because the answers that revolutionize healthcare aren't always found at our desks. And truly deep insights lead to smarter healthcare solutions – for us all.

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I was told, 'You can do anything you want. You might have to go about it in a different way; it might take you longer, but you can still achieve things.'

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We're very close to solving the CF riddle. I think we'll see a cure in my lifetime. I absolutely have no doubt.

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I think if you're a parent or a caregiver, you have to… you just have to remember that you're allowed to cry; you're allowed to be mad that it happened to your child. There's a lot, you know?

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I was gonna buy a Harley Davidson… but first, I was gonna stop by and get a manicure and a pedicure. Then my doctor called and said he found something; he knows what it is. Then he said it was lymphoma. I was just still.

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It was horrible. We were hoping for the best and preparing for the worst. And unfortunately, it was the worst.

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I was so happy that I got a diagnosis. I honestly — at that point — didn't care what it was, as long as it was going to help alleviate the pain and everything else, then.

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It's hard to explain to people that I can't come out because I'm tired. Everyone's like, "Well I'm tired too, you know?"

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There are dinner plans and parties and cocktails and things that you want to participate in. Many times you're like, "What are they gonna serve? Is it gonna upset my stomach? Am I gonna have to say ‘no thank you'? Am I gonna have to hold a plate just to look like I've already eaten something so that everybody that comes up to me doesn't say, why aren't you eating?"

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The whole 'invisible disease' thing is very real. I have plenty of workmates that don't understand.

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Love is like a big snowball. You get it rolling down the hill and it picks up kids and pets and neighbors and friends. It's contagious and it's really healing.

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If there's one thing about MS that really drives you crazy, it's you can't predict it. You can't plan, you can't predict. When it decides it's gonna affect you, it does.

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I'm not going to give up. I have grandkids that love riding on the back of my Hoveround, they stand up behind me. And the little one who's just a year old, she likes to sit on my lap and push the horn. They keep me going.

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I still work full-time and it's been 13 years. I just finished my master's degree. I found that it isn't the end of your life.

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I just met someone today that had been diagnosed a month ago, and all I said to her was, 'Your life is not over.' And I think that's the key.

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    April 23 Kansas City, KS

    • Walk MS
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    June 11 Chicago, IL

    • Take Steps for Crohn's and Colitis
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    September 10 Chicago, IL

    • Hemophilia Walk
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    September 30 Kansas City, KS

    • Light the Night
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    October 16 Bridgewater, NJ

    • Walk to Stop Diabetes
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