On Nov. 7th Ian Morrill and Jesse Beer will be running the Spartan Sprint Race at Fenway Park, Boston. (For more information on the Reebok Spartan Sprint go to <www.spartan.com> 3 + miles and 20+ obstacles.) They are running the race on behalf of Uphill Journeys, a non-profit organization. They are proud to sponsor and be a part of theis organization that helps fight against, and raise awareness of pulmonary hypertension, a terminal illness. Please donate money to this organization and join in the fight against PH. Click on the red GoFundMe to make your donation, GoFundMe Thank you
Pulmonary arterial hypertension (also known as pulmonary hypertension) is high blood pressure in the arteries of the lungs that can lead to heart failure. Learn more about PH/PAH.
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