A medical doctor with a Ph.D. in genetics, had overseen Alan's treatment for Lou Gehrig's disease ever since finishing his medical training. Alan, a brilliant scientist himself, eagerly assisted Mitchell, hoping that their combined efforts might lead to a cure. Funding was not a problem; both young men had plenty of old family money. It was a natural progression for them to found DNA in 1976; the company's mission statement described their goals as "unlocking the complex interactions of mind, spirit and body by understanding the building blocks of life." The research staff grew and eventually, DNA opened several branches in the U.S. and Canada.

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