“Our brother Stephen was living with ALS and we thought, ‘there has to be a better way.’ There is. By sharing our experiences, we can all contribute new data that can accelerate research and help create better treatments. Our experiences can actually change medicine… for good.”
Jamie & Ben Heywood
The results showed that people living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can use wearable activity tracking devices to collect and share their mobility data, which could potentially provide relevant information to their clinicians and to other MS patients.
Our five-year agreement is a major step forward to make patient-centric evidence a cornerstone of scientific discovery and development.