Man who championed Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS has died Man who championed Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS has diedHe helped Inspire the Ice Bucket Challenge ice bucket challenge born 5 years ago, 220 million to fight Lou Gehrig’s to fight ALS. The idea simple: take the challenge bucket of ice Amy robach with her hands to her face the New York City, Fire Department.. The me first and so much of it inspired by the story of one Brave fighter, Keith Brady, is a young college baseball star captain of the Boston College diagnosed with a 27 / young guy like myself to be diagnosed. Hopefully I can use my my youth in the Network’s down part of to promote some awareness and he did kept fighting. He worked for his college baseball team walks down the aisle and he became a father to Lucy positive guy. For me, it was okay. Here’S what we’re dealing with let’s go to work so tonight we bout to keep working in, Auto, repeat freydis, who died peacefully at just 34 inspiring, so many Frank’s, let’s work together, let’s find it to our fighting for peace can watch live event. Coverage click on the right over here to subscribe to our Channel and don’t forget to download the ABC News app for breaking news alerts. Thanks for watching Pete Frates, who was diagnosed with ALS in 2012, helped the movement go viral – and raised more than $220 million to fund drug research.
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