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Woman With Rare Form of Muscular Dystrophy Defies Doctor by Hitting the Gym
Getting out of bed in the morning can be difficult for some people, starting their day with a deep sleep suddenly being disturbed by a blaring alarm coming from a smartphone...EPOCH TIMES ARTICLE
Subculture Live w/ Special Guest Lily Brasch
Lily is a strong young lady who has a rare case of muscular dystrophy and she is using her strength and determination to raise money and awareness. Lily has a powerful message that she will be sharing with the world in her Documentary titled, Die Strong, premiering in early 2022.SUBCULTURE INTERVIEW
144. Disable The Word Disabled. Lilian Brasch
Lily Brasch was diagnosed with centronuclear myopathy at a young age. Similar to muscular dystrophy but not the same. Lily was told she wouldn’t live past 3 years old. But she survived. Lily was told she couldn’t lift weights. 2 pounds used to be impossible for her. Today, she lifts 20.BETTER CALL DADDY EPISODE
Orthodox woman claiming her physical independence by scaling Camelback Mountain
Lily Brasch says she’s aiming to one day have March 6 declared Physical Independence Day nationwide or, maybe, even worldwide.I n the meantime, the 22-year-old physically challenged Orthodox Chicago resident plans to “climb her Everest,” in the form of Phoenix’s Camelback Mountain on March 6, during an event aptly named “My Everest.”JEWISH NEWS ARTICLE
Pushing Past Barriers
Lily Brasch does not want to be considered disabled. Born with a rare form of muscular dystrophy, Lily has faced her challenges head on with an optimistic attitude and tremendous determination. And at the youthful age of 22, positive thinking has been an important part of pushing past her barriers.JEWISH PHOENIX
22-YEAR-OLD WOMAN LIVING WITH MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY SCALES CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN…DECLARING IT PHYSICAL INDEPENDENCE DAY
Lilian Brasch, a 22-year-old woman afflicted with a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy, climbed Camelback Mountain (Scottsdale, AZ) on March 6th and upon reaching her summit (2,000 feet elevation) officially proclaimed it “Physical Independence Day” by placing a banner in the ground.HEALTHY REFERRAL
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