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you attempt to use your social networking account on this site, you will have to:
1. Log into your social networking site.
2. Give permission for the American Lung Association (ALA) to access your social networking profile.
3. Validate your social network profile by either LINKING it to a new or existing LungUSA.org online account.
If you already have a LungUSA.org website account or if you have ALREADY REGISTERED FOR THIS EVENT: During the social networking validation step, select the option labeled “Have an account already? Log in here”.
If you DON’T already have a LungUSA.org website account: During the social networking validation step, verify the information that was obtained from your social networking site and click “Register”.
More detailed help is available in the “Registration Instructions” under the FAQ menu.
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Welcome to the O2 Dependent Page of Becki Baker!
In memory of Doris Brown
Doris W. Brown
Mrs. Hillary Calderon
Join Me in the Fight!
As a lifelong asthmatic, I am all too familiar with what it feels like not to be able to get a good breath. Because of the severity of my asthma, there were several episodes when doctors told my parents that I would not live. My goal now is to help be a part of the work of the American Lung Association so that no parent ever has to hear those words because their child cannot breathe.
Everyone has a friend or loved one who suffers from some form of lung ailment. For many the "work of breathing" is work that is just too hard to do. What I have learned is that education about lung health and getting involved in advocacy for clean air are everyone's weapons of breathing-trouble-destruction! Education and advocacy are key target areas of the American Lung Association.
Help us help all us who breathe! PARTNER with the ALA and me to make a difference for all us O2(fancy word for oxygen) addicted individuals (by the way, if you are reading this YOU are ALSO O2 addict!). Make a tax deductible, charitable contribution to help end lung disease and improve the air we breathe! Change for better air quality. Change for easier breathing. Change for new treatments for Lung Disease. All 3 are impacted by the vital work of the American Lung Association.