Join us as we raise funds and awareness for those affected by cavernous angioma at this walk/5K fun run. Come out out to celebrate this year's theme, Camo For a Cause!
Wolfi has a very rare, genetic form of cavernous angioma called CCM3. CCM3 is a genetic mutation that can cause people to develop cerebral cavernous angiomas. Cerebral cavernous angiomas are blood vessel defects in the brain and spinal cord that look like mulberries. Cavernous angiomas are leaky, can grow quite large, and can cause seizures, headaches, and stroke-like symptoms. Your support will help the Angioma Alliance with research.