Sirolimus Gave Stephanie a Second Chance

Posted on September 02, 2021   |   

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Two years ago, Stephanie Weber’s life was turned upside down. This active mom of three was struggling to breathe. She could barely even care for her Golden Retrievers. Stephanie ended up in the ER with a collapsed lung. Diagnosed with LAM, she was told she needed a lung transplant that week. She was beyond frightened. 

Thanks to groundbreaking clinical trials of sirolimus funded by The LAM Foundation, Stephanie got a second chance. The drug slowed the progression of her disease and enabled her to avoid a lung transplant.   

Research has had a powerful impact on the lives of LAM patients. Thanks to your generous support, The LAM Foundation has committed $17 million to research, resulting in the sirolimus treatment breakthrough and dramatic advancements in LAM science.  Yet, we are still seeking a cure. 









Join us for our 2021 Day of Giving on Thursday, September 9!  Our Day of Giving presents an opportunity for the entire LAM community to come together in a collective effort to Fund A Cure for LAM. Our goal is to raise $335,000, with 100% of every dollar raised directed toward LAM research.  



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