Woman faces rare form of ALS that took her twin, but experimental drug offers hope

"It's the closest thing to hell that any person could go through," Jaci Hermstad said of her battle with ALS.
1:45 | 05/15/19

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Transcript for Woman faces rare form of ALS that took her twin, but experimental drug offers hope
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