'We Want to Make a Difference': Ann Romney Launches Neorological Center
Ann Romney was on “Your World” to discuss the launch of her center for neurological diseases.
The Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Massachusetts will study multiple sclerosis – which Romney and Neil Cavuto both have – plus Alzheimer’s, ALS, Parkinson’s, and brain tumors.
“Everybody out there knows somebody who has one of those disorders […] We want to make a difference,” Romney said of the center.
In the interest of full disclosure, Cavuto noted that he is on the center’s advisory board.
“Regardless of your politics, as Ann and I have discovered, this is a disease and neurological ailments are those that target Republicans and Democrats alike. They don’t much care about your party affiliation, your social status, your wealth, whether you’re in the media or being interviewed by the media,” he said.
Watch part one of the interview with Romney above. Below, watch part two with Romney and Dr. Howard Weiner.