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Uplifting Athletes
Uplifting Athletes is a national nonprofit aligning college football with rare diseases. Our 25 chapters are run by current football student-athletes.
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Uplifting Athletes Feb 27
Thanks again to chapter leaders Adam Greene, , & for joining us today at !
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Uplifting Athletes Feb 27
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PLDGIT Feb 27
Founder at talking about how used to raise $ for rare disease research
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SCAD Alliance Feb 27
Inspiring to hear Scott Shirley talk about innovative ways continues to champion research
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NCATS Feb 27
NCATS extends grateful thanks to for fund raising & advocating for patients.
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Uplifting Athletes Feb 27
Today we were joined at by players from our chapter who met with several patients.
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Uplifting Athletes Feb 27
Want to learn more about ? Take a look at our latest infographic (and please share).
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Uplifting Athletes Feb 27
If you're at today for , stop by & see us! We're here with many other great groups.
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Uplifting Athletes Feb 27
Always good to spend some time on WTPA 92.1 with one of the good guys . Thanks for supporting
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NIH - IRP science Feb 27
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Uplifting Athletes Feb 25
We were proud to be part of the event yesterday at the Pennsylvania capitol.
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NORD Feb 25
A6 Having a can be overwhelming; NORD offers resources, networking & patient/family assistance
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Uplifting Athletes Feb 25
Our organization aligns college football programs w/ individual rare diseases to give them the celebrity voice they need/deserve.
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Uplifting Athletes Feb 25
Thanks for supporting rare disease legislation
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Uplifting Athletes Feb 25
Fanconi anemia, kidney cancer, and cystic fibrosis are just a few - all supported by our network of college football chapters.
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Stephanie Fischer Feb 25
Only 5% of have an approved treatment, but approximately 450 medicines are in development
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NCATS Feb 25
There are 6,000+ known rare diseases. Many are chronic conditions that have no treatment or not very effective treatment.
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Uplifting Athletes Feb 25
Uplifting Athletes is pleased to join the . This week is all about advocacy & awareness for the community!
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Uplifting Athletes Feb 25
It was nice meeting at the PA capitol Tuesday. Great job spreading awareness Kyle!
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Uplifting Athletes Feb 25
We are on Capitol Hill with other Pennsylvanians lobbying on behalf of for rare diseases.
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