I’ve had friends and family face diseases and overcome them. I’ve seen great strides happen in medical research. With perseverance, OMRF can find solutions to many more problems. You just have to believe there are things that can be conquered.
For Norman real estate agent Nancy Yoch, medical research is personal. In 1955, doctors diagnosed her sister, Linda, with polio. With the help of an iron lung, she survived. Later that year, the Salk vaccine became available, paving the way for a country free of polio.
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Go East, Young Man
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