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ON 7/30/2010

UAB and a patient looks to find cure for pulmonary fibrosis
By Alan Collins


BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - A former road safety crusader is now picking up a new cause. One that threatens his life. Mike Blazer lives in Heflin. He once lived in Pell City. Blazer and others campaigned to make I-20 safer with concrete barriers after a number of traffic fatalities.

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POSTED BY PULMONARY FIBROSIS FOUNDATION ON 7/20/2010

On July 21 and/or July 22, Mike Blazer will be appearing on “The Opening Drive” radio show, which is on 94.5 WJOX in Birmingham, AL. The show airs from 6 am to 10 am Eastern Standard Time. Mike will be discussing how the disease has impacted his life as well as how others can help.

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ON 6/16/2010

PF patient Robert A. Hall interviewed by Dennis Miller on Dennis Miller Radio about a political piece he wrote, but that did not stop Robert from talking to Dennis on how he is living with PF, the causes and the need for more research.

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ON 3/12/2010

POSTED: Friday, March 12, 2010 --- 9:35 p.m.

This is one of Your Stories.

A local woman e-mailed us suggesting we do our part to make everyone aware of the dangers of a common but relatively unknown disease.

She's hoping her personal tragedy will help others.

Every year this lung disease kills as many people as breast cancer but Ginger Spaight is just one of many who had no idea what P

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ON 3/3/2010

SARAH HALL

Last updated: 16/03/2010 11:00:00

Mike and Sally Reeve at their Sprowston home. Mike is suffering with terminal illness and being cared for by Sally and Macmillan nurses.
Death and dying are topics people are usually not comfortable talking about.

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ON 1/16/2010

By CHRIS MORRIS

Kerry Geron has never paid much attention to statistics. She has always put more faith in perseverance and determination, which are measured by a person’s heart, not by a calculator.

Geron has already beaten the odds.

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POSTED BY JENN ROSS ON 9/9/2008

Chicago: September 9, 2008 - She is Evel Knievel's granddaughter and Robbie Knievel's daughter, which makes Krysten Knievel the heir to not only the legendary motorcycle daredevil family name but also certain expectations.