Article: Father’s Memory Inspires A Cross-Country Run To Raise Money for Lou Gehrig’s Disease

Check out this article that appeared in PEF (New York State Public Employees Federation) magazine recently detailing a cross country run benefiting those affected by Lou Gehrig’s disease:

Intro: “As medical research advances, the odds of beating some diseases increase. But when someone is diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, more commonly known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease. “ALS is not an incurable disease, it is an underfunded one,” said Steven Luther. This PEF member who works for the state Education Department Office of Professional Discipline in Rochester is making a nationwide effort to get more ALS funding. he is organizing a team of 16 runners who will state a cross-country run from the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and end at Coney Island in New York – a 3,300 mile route…”

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