I will be walking as far as I comfortably can in Muscular Dystrophy Canada’s Virtual Walk4CMT on Saturday, September 18 — which is somewhere north of 20km at which point the numbness setting it around 10km usually gets into a little more active pain, thanks of course to the effects of a relatively mild case of CMT2.
To make it perhaps extra challenging, I’ll be four days off the ol’ snip and tuck, but I hope it really will make no vas deferens. 😆
If you already donated, thank you! I am still $45 under my goal of raising $1,000, so there is room for more donors.
The 8th Annual Cycle (and Walk!) 4 CMT event is coming up too, on August 29 — In Vermont and virtually. (Look at the video of their great course below.) You could donate to Cycle4CMT too, as their fundraising aims to get $400,000 for the CMTA’s Strategy To Accelerate Research (STAR) program. (The CMTA is US-based but has some chapters in Ontario.)