Boston Globe: For ALS medical scientist, finding a cure is personal

The Boston Globe’s Thomas Farragher reports on Zack Kennedy’s research at the University of Massachusetts Medical School:

He’s a medical scientist, a young man performing cutting-edge research that may help save the lives of the people he loves most, members of his large family who broke into proud applause the other day inside an amphitheater here.

For Zack Kennedy, the research he is performing at the University of Massachusetts Medical School here is not just academic. It’s not dry-as-dust, white-coat work inside laboratories with microscopes, and test tubes, and petri dishes.

It’s personal.

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