Everyone has a different definition of progress. For the last 20 years, we’ve measured our progress researching rare disease in moments. Smiling ones and crying ones. Moments spent with our patients’ families and ones with their friends. We know that every step forward comes after several steps backward, because we’ve lived it—whether spending time with families in their homes or with our scientists researching in our labs in central New Jersey.
It can be easy to lose yourself as you progress further. Although we’ve grown, our heart remains in the same place, because we’ve never measured ourselves like larger companies do. Our biggest accomplishment has always been the time we can give to all of our families. Whether it’s hours, days, months, or years, every small moment is a big win.
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