Are you receiving treatment for PAH? Have your voice Heard!
We are seeking patients who have been diagnosed with pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) and are willing to answer a few questions regarding the condition and how it has affected their life and the lives of their loved ones.
Have you or a family member been diagnosed with PAH and are you willing to have your voice heard? If so, please contact email@example.com with "PAH patient interview" in the subject line no later than September 18, 2013 and someone will be in contact with you shortly.
Your contribution is vital to the future development of treatment options for the disorder and we thank you ahead of time for your participation.
For more information, call (905) 544-0343
A Walk in the Park for Scleroderma
A Walk in the Park is an annual fund-raising event that brings together hundreds of people to bring attention to scleroderma and to have some fun. Now in its 13th year, these walks are organized by local supporters who rely on local sponsors and pledges to raise funds to support the SSO’s mission - to promote increased public awareness, advance patient wellness and support research in scleroderma.
Last year’s walks raised just shy of $140,000. This year we look forward to hearing the local walks have met or exceeded last year’s numbers.
For details of a walk in your community, please click here .
Lynn Brunelle Runs in the Tinker Bell Half Marathon Weekend
January 17-19, 2014. Lynn Brunelle's mother, Jeanette, was diagnosed with scleroderma in 1996. To raise awareness and funds for research; Lynn began participating in the runDisney marathons.
Click here for event details or make a donation on Lynn's CanadaHelps Giving page by clicking here>>>>http://ow.ly/pzsBD
Give the Gift of a Legacy.
Join Scleroderma today and learn how you can help. Click here for details.
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