It is that time of year when we pause to appreciate what we have – family, friends, health.
Our unique partnership with NASA is a gift. A gift of experience and hope. Hope for cures, treatments and long-term space travel.
I know I speak for my team as well when I say that we are very grateful for this research opportunity. And we are all grateful for you and your support. Without the support of our community, these research missions could not happen.
So, in the spirit of the season, thank you. Thank you for your financial support. Thank you for reading our blogs. Thank you for learning about and sharing our research.
We are thankful.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
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