Additional contributions to the scheduled program attended from a lot more than 35 people who cherished and admired Sharon. This program will award $150,000 in to four up, two-year analysis grants for eligible APS members. ‘With current and anticipated long term stagnation in federal government funding for pain analysis, it is very gratifying to see private individuals like David Keller step forward to embrace the cause and contribute new resources for pain analysis grants,’ said APS President Roger Fillingim, PhD. ‘The Keller Grant will fund projects undertaken by APS members that have a high odds of leading to new remedies and increased or expanded access to treatment options for people with chronic discomfort. APS is normally deeply grateful to David Keller for his generosity and we look forward to working with him.’ Related StoriesViralytics enters into medical trial collaboration agreement with MSDNew results reveal association between colorectal tumor and melanoma drug treatmentACR releases 2015 Guideline for Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis’It has been my deep conviction for some time that acquired Sharon been offered information about detrimental side effects of her recommended medications, along with information about alternative options for chronic pain administration, she might have had the opportunity to prolong her lifestyle while being able to manage her discomfort still,’ said David Keller.