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Commentary: ALS Ends Running Days
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Commentary: ALS Ends Running Days

Commentary: ALS Ends Running Days

Commentary: ALS Ends Running Days
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A few moths ago, commentator Darcy Wakefield was diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, at the age of 33. It has brought many changes in her life, but there's one that she's experienced most vividly: no longer running.

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