Special Events Stories & Photos

November 4, 2007
2007 Stanford Race Against PH

A message from the Vera Moulton Wall Center for Pulmonary Vascular Disease at Stanford

Young boy at finish lineThe 7th Annual Race Against PH was our most successful to date. More than 1,000 participants and donors helped to raise over $64,000 for pulmonary hypertension. The funds raised will benefit the Ewing Family Fund for PH Research at Stanford and the Pulmonary Hypertension Association. In addition, this event helped raise awareness about PH and create a community of hope. We hope you enjoyed yourself and had a fun day with family and friends (from the pictures it looks like you did). A special note of congratulations to the PH patients who completed the 3.1 mile course. You are an inspiration to us all!

PICTURE PERFECT View race day photos

Thank you to our corporate sponsors: Actelion Pharmaceuticals, Gilead, INO Therapeutics, and United Therapeutics for their generous support. We would also like to acknowledge our dedicated volunteers. Without their efforts the event would not be possible.

Save the Date for the 8th Annual Race Against PH scheduled for November 2, 2008. We hope to see you there!

runners

lady having fun runner with oxygen

family takes part

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