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Athletes vs. Epilepsy - Philadelphia Marathon, Half, 8K 2014

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BENEFITING: Epilepsy Foundation

ORGANIZER: Epilepsy Foundation

EVENT: PHILADELPHIA MARATHON, HALF, 8K 2014

EVENT DATE: Nov 23, 2014

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THE STORY:

Epilepsy Foundation wrote -

The Epilepsy Foundation is dedicated to making sure that people with epilepsy and seizures can experience all that life has to offer. Athletes vs. Epilepsy™ affirms this positive message and embodies it through action.

Athletes vs. Epilepsy is a nationwide program for athletes, coaches, volunteers and fans to raise awareness and money to help fund the Epilepsy Foundation's mission.

For our Athletes vs. Epilepsy, it’s about more than just the race, game, meet, etc.  Each of our athletes also raise money and awareness on behalf of Epilepsy Foundation and our fight to stop seizures and SUDEP, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy through efforts including education, advocacy and research to accelerate ideas into therapies. 

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Amber Davidson

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Daneen Vosbikian

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Daneen Vosbikian

Daneen Vosbikian

DONATION: $250

My brother has been suffering from epilepsy for about 35 years (He's currently 37). He underwent brain surgery when he was 17 to remove scar tissue from his brain. A few years back he started having seizures again. He has been on medicine all his life for this and it has helped. Epilepsy has not defined him nor stopped him from doing all the things he loves to do and we love him for that. He lives a "normal" life and will not let his seizures set him back. I love my brother and hope someday there is a cure for this. I will do whatever I have to do for him. 4 years ago