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I am walking for my granddaughter, Madison Wolff, and all those living with Cure SMA or lost to Cure SMA.
Madi graduated from Thunderbird High School this May. She is preparing to move onto the downtown campus of Arizona State University in August. She will be a student at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She is eager to start this new endeavor, be more independent and manage her own caregivers. I am so proud of her!
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is a disease that robs people of their physical strength, significantly impacting an individual’s ability to walk, swallow, or breathe. It affects 1 in 11,000 births in the United States, and 1 in 50 people is a genetic carrier. There is no cure, yet, but there is great reason for hope. And that is why I am fundraising for the Cure SMA Walk-n-Roll!
Research funded by Cure SMA is driving therapies that are changing the course of SMA. Together, we have the power to meet the ever-changing needs of all people with SMA and build a stronger future for generations to come.
Support me by making a gift or registering to walk or roll with me today!
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