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A-T Children's Project
July 2021
07:00 AM CDT
July 2021
07:00 PM CDT

Links for Lincoln

CLOSING NOTES: Thank you to all of our sponsors, donors, friends and family that contributed to the event!!

500 - Michelle Danielson
501 - Beth Kington
502 - Katie and Greg Wagner
503 - Vee Lee
504 - Jennifer Dausey
505 - Brad Morehouse
506 - Virginia Oswald
507 - Katie and Greg Wagner
508 - Vickie Butzen
509 - Katie and Greg Wagner
510 - Jenna Dernulc
511 - Justin Meulemans
512 - Jodi Hurley
513 - Michelle Danielson
514 - Chris Wier
515 - Jen Hilbelink
516 - Vee Lee
517 - Rachel Golden
518 - Virginia Oswald
519 - Katie and Greg Wagner

Our son Lincoln, age 7, has A-T. A-T combines the worst symptoms of muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, cystic fibrosis, immune deficiencies and cancer. A-T usually attacks in early childhood and is degenerative, affecting the immune system, nervous system and brain. Children with A-T are predisposed to fatal cancers like leukemia and lymphoma. These children are usually confined to wheelchairs by the age of 10 and often do not survive their teens.

We are fighting the clock to find a cure! Because A-T is a multi-system disease, scientists believe that A-T research will help more prevalent diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, AIDS and cancer. The A-T Children’s Project will utilize the funds we raise to accelerate first-rate, international scientific research aimed at finding a cure and improving the lives of children with A-T.

About A-T Children's Project

Ataxia-telangiectasia (A-T) is a genetic disease that causes loss of muscle control and balance, cancer, lung disease and immune system problems in children and young adults, shortening their lives. The nonprofit A-T Children’s Project partners with academic and industry investigators worldwide – organizing and supporting innovative research, conferences, clinical teams, data platforms and biomarker development – to optimize disease management strategies, develop new treatments and find a cure.

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