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Doctors Plan Mountain Climb In Africa To Bring Attention To Pulmonary Hypertension

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A group of doctors will climb Mount Kilimanjaro this month to raise awareness about pulmonary hypertension. Betty O’Bryne, is a Gainesville woman who suffers from the disease. She says there wasn’t a support group near her so she took matters into her own hands. O’Bryne talked with Lauren Walters about how the physicans making the mountain climb will help the public better understand the disease.

[audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/89climb.mp3]

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