Dr. LeDoux Conquers Kilimanjaro
During Dystonia Awareness Month in September, former DMRF MSAC member and grantee Dr. Mark LeDoux climbed and summited Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania to raise funds for dystonia research and advocacy. To celebrate his efforts to climb the highest mountain in Africa, he has asked for donations in honor of his successful effort to climb 19,341 feet high:
|1/10 of a cent per foot||$19.34|
|1 cent per foot||$193.41|
|10 cents per foot||$1934.10|
|1 dollar per foot||$19,341|
Dr. LeDoux will be personally notified about all donations made in his honor. Please join us in acknowledging this important accomplishment. Click Here if you would like to give a different amount.
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