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Help me help those affected by lung diseases!
Amanda has had four unexplained lung collapses in the past five years and has had some surgeries to help fix it. She has always liked to run and has kept running through her lung issues with her doctors permission. She ran the Dam to Dam 20K in June, 2010, June, 2011, and June 2012 and ran the Des Moins half marathon in October 2010. She has also joined the rowing team at her college. By staying active myself, I will continue to support my sister in being able to continue to run by helping to raise money to cure lung disease, so that she may continue to run and others may continue to be mobile in whatever way they want to.
I've joined hundreds of others throughout our area raising funds for the American Lung Association and the fight against lung disease.
You can join me in the walk or you can make a donation to the American Lung Association and help raise money to save lives, by improving lung health and preventing lung disease.
With your generous support, the American Lung Association is ?Fighting for Air? through research, education and advocacy.