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CLEVELAND, Ohio — WZAK’s Kym Sellers was the first person in Ohio to have an experimental stem cell treatment for multiple sclerosis.

The outpatient procedure was performed last year at the Ohio Stem Cell Treatment Center in Beachwood by a team of surgeons — and her doctors noticed a “remarkable response.”

Monday, Kym visited Fox 8 to give us another update on how she is progressing.

“I’m not dancing, I’m not walking…but it’s coming,” said Sellers. “It’s been a slow process. I’m just grateful I’ve been able to go on with this treatment. I can beat this.”

Kym’s annual Benefit Gala for Multiple Sclerosis not only raises important funds to help others living with the disease, but this year’s event also offers a free educational seminar open to all MS patients.

Kym also shared the details of the event and how to get involved.

Watch the video player above for more.

Click here to learn more about the 16th Annual Kym Sellers Benefit Gala for Multiple Sclerosis.

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