ALS Walk for Life 2017 - 5:43
Les Turner ALS Foundation
Posted Oct 06, 2017
The Les Turner ALS Walk For Life is one of the world's largest ALS gatherings €” with thousands of participants each year. The Walk has raised more than $10 million to support patient care €” and cutting edge research at Northwestern Medicine €” for the vast majority of the Chicagoland ALS population. The hope, courage and community on display from our teams are truly inspiring €” and incredibly impactful in the ALS community.
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