2017 Stepping Out - St. Paul/Twin Cities (Minnesota Chapter)

My Family
My Family

Team Jennifer

Hello Family and Friends!

Most of you know I was diagnosed with Scleroderma, October 2016. I am currently being treated at the U of M. They are wonderful! They have been taking good care of me. I am still learning so much about Scleroderma, as many of us are. Before I was diagnosed I had never heard of Scleroderma. And sharing the news with you all, most of you had never heard of Scleroderma. This is the problem! We need to share this with others. The more support, the more understanding of this disease, will lead us closer to a cure.

This disease could  happen to any of us. I was perfectly healthy for 36 years, and one day that changed. This disease is so different for so many people, it makes it hard to diagnose, treat, and we just never know what to expect. The "unknown " is the worst part of the disease. There should be no unknowns. This is why the awareness and support is so important!

Thank you all for visiting my page. I would love to see you all out there. It's a nice walk around Phalen Lake. I would love for all of you to join me that day. I have felt nervous and scared for months now, having you all there with me will relieve a lot of that. Let's have a nice day together and do something good, while spending that special time together!

Thank you and lots of love!



Thank you for visiting my Team Fundraising page to support the "Stepping Out to Cure Scleroderma" event!

Donating through this site is simple, fast and totally secure. It is also the most efficient way to make a contribution to support my team’s effort to raise funds for people living with scleroderma. To make a donation, click on one of the team members to make a gift towards their fundraising effort to help our team.

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Help our team bring more awareness to scleroderma so we can find a cure!

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