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Putting up a fight: Angie Selberg hopes stem cells deliver knockout punch to MS

Published 04/30/2011, Worthington Daily Globe

WORTHINGTON — After living in limbo for more than a decade, Angie Selberg has a true glimmer of hope that she’ll be able to pursue her ultimate dream — living and working in Hollywood. Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2000, Angie has since lived with her parents, Dean and Vicki Selberg, in rural Bigelow. But she recently traveled to Central America for a controversial treatment that is already beginning to alleviate some of the disease’s symptoms.

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