CMBI researchers Sylvia Nieuwenhuis, Nawel van Lin, Paul Blom and Peter-Bram 't Hoen raised money for the Prinses Beatrix Spierfonds by participating in the 18 km oranjepad walk around the Soestdijk Palace.
The total amount raised by all participants to stimulate research into neuromuscular disorders exceeded 170,000 euros. A big thanks to all those who supported the CMBI team with their gifts.
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