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  • 'Its already made a difference': how the TSC fundraising walks have benefited Chloe Bredeson

    Bluffton's Chloe Bredeson, 11, suffers from tuberous sclerosis complex and polycystic kidney disease. Here, her mother, Amy Bredeson, describes how money raised by local Step Forward to Cure TSC fundraising walks -- which are held to benefit the national Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance -- has already led to medical advances that have improved her daughter's life. This year's Hilton Head walk is scheduled for Oct. 7 at Jarvis Creek Park.

'Its already made a difference': how the TSC fundraising walks have benefited Chloe Bredeson

Bluffton's Chloe Bredeson, 11, suffers from tuberous sclerosis complex and polycystic kidney disease. Here, her mother, Amy Bredeson, describes how money raised by local Step Forward to Cure TSC fundraising walks -- which are held to benefit the national Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance -- has already led to medical advances that have improved her daughter's life. This year's Hilton Head walk is scheduled for Oct. 7 at Jarvis Creek Park.
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