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2019 MDBR Brings in Over $60K for Research

We want to thank Team LGDA & LMI and all of you who supported them in the 2019 Million Dollar Bike Ride. Including matching funds, the event raised more than $60,000.00 that will go to important research of GLA, GSD, KLA, and CCLA! UPDATE: On August 22, 2019 the Orphan ...
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2019 Million Dollar Bike Ride

It's time again for the Million Dollar Bike Ride! Now in its sixth year, this effort from our community has directly funded 10 research projects focused on our rare lymphatic diseases. In addition, the requests for proposals for research have identified other worthy projects that LGDA & LMI have funded ...
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LGDA Comedy Night

The LGDA Wisconsin group is holding its eighth annual fundraiser, this time a professional improv comedy night by ComedySportz Milwaukee. Wisconsin events have raised more than $130,000 for the LGDA so far. For more information or to sign up, visit http://weblink.donorperfect.com/ComedySportz2018. See the LGDA Wisconsin Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/lgdagolfouting/ Register now for ...
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Birthday Party Raises $5000

On July 29, 2018, the family of Adrian Santos hosted its second party to celebrate his 4th birthday and raise awareness about kaposiform lymphangiomatosis (KLA) and money for the LGDA to support research efforts. Once again, Adrian's great aunt Linda Sutherland organized the event. Activities for the kids included face ...
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Warrior Advocates for Others

After being diagnosed with GLA, this Warrior set out to become an advocate for others like herself. In June she participated in Family Advocacy Day, sponsored by Speak Now for Kids, on Capitol Hill to highlight the importance of children's health care. Leeya even interviewed Dr. Jennifer Arnold to learn more ...
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Finding Help and Support

Finding the LGDA was a lifeline for Tracy and her family ‘Feeling that you belong somewhere - helps.  Knowing that you can talk to someone that understands - helps.  Being able to share your experiences so others can learn from it - helps.  So why is it still the case ...
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