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Ann Romney details struggle with multiple sclerosis in new memoir



























Candidates may come, candidates may go, but memoirs go on forever.
Comes now Ann Romney’s “In This Together.” Publisher is Thomas Dunne, a St. Martin’s offshoot. The book is not political, it’s personal. Actually, medical.

Mitt and Ann Romney are married 45 years. For 17 of them, she’s fought multiple sclerosis. It’s her personal story of survival tips and experiences living with the disease. All proceeds — buyable from (among other places) Google books for $14.99 — to the Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases, which opens in Boston next year.

Harvard specialists are running the operation. The institute has 250 scientists cross-pollinating, undertaking a $50-million research program in Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other conditions that affect the brain. Mrs. Romney credits Deputy Director Dr. Howard Weiner for her MS now being in remission.
“In This Together” is out late this month.

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