SUN PHOTO BY KIM COOL
Alesa Armstrong, shown with her mother, Susie Powers, right, and service dog Kobie, is hopeful that stem-cell therapy may relieve some of the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, which she has suffered from since she was 10.
Alesa Armstrong was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis when she was 10.
Now 41, the attractive young woman is hoping advances in stem-cell research may help her deal with one of the most annoying aspects of the illness — constant pain. Pain also affects her physically.
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