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Pacey Berman

Pacey Berman

Dear Family and Friends,

Thank you for your interest in supporting a cause that is extremely meaningful to me.

I’m virtually running, once again on Saturday Oct 19th as part of Team Rowe’s Research Runners in Johns Hopkins Children’ 3rd year at the Baltimore Running Festival.

Rowe’s Research Runners is a dedicated team of patients, family and friends, led by the exceptional Dr. Peter Rowe, Director of the Chronic Fatigue Clinic. We’re working to raise awareness for Dysautonomia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME) and many other debilitating illnesses. Dysautonomia is an umbrella term used to categorize any illness that effects the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS). The ANS is responsible for the body’s automatic functions. Symptoms of Dysautonomia and CFS include, but are not limited to: fainting, extreme fatigue, exercise intolerance, dizziness, tachycardia, shortness of breath, memory problems and muscle pain.

Dr. Rowe is a world-renowned expert in the treatment of Dysautonomia, CFS/ME and other complex and misunderstood illnesses. He continues to work diligently researching treatments for patients struggling with these illnesses and the donations from this race help him tremendously. He is a true hero and I’m beyond grateful to have him as my doctor.
I truly appreciate any amount you would consider donating and thank you so very much.

All the best,




raised of $750 goal

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1. ?Anonymous
2. JKJenna Kress
3. AbAndrew M Berman
Pacey, Your courage, strength and empathy will see you through, and give hope to all who have this illness. Barbara
5. JBJeffrey Berman
Pacey - your positive attitude, effort and loving heart are inspirational. I'm very proud of you. Love, Dad.
6. JDJackie Deitsch
Dear Pacey, I'm so very proud of your advocacy for Dr. Rowe's outstanding work finding treatments for Dysautonomia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients. Love, Mom
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