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Month: January 2014

2014 Team Bret Michaels and Life Rocks Foundation Campaigns

2014 Team Bret Michaels and Life Rocks Foundation Campaigns

Starting in Spring 2014 we will be launching a series of campaigns to raise awareness for a variety of causes. We’ll start by introducing our new ambassador of awareness. Stay tuned for updates and information right here at TeamBretMichaels.com and BretMichaels.com. We will continue to share stories of hope, inspiration and more as well. Be sure to submit your story here –> Share Your Story¬† (This link will also allow you to share your meet and greet photos, say hello…

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TeambretMichaels.com / LifeRocksFoundation.org Story: Gage’s New Friend

TeambretMichaels.com / LifeRocksFoundation.org Story: Gage’s New Friend

My son Gage has dealt with health challenges all his life. His first stay in the hospital was at 9 month old. He been hospitalized about twice a year up until he was 7 years old. Finally we got answers why Gage would become so sick. He was diagnosed with Adrenal Hyperplasia. His body does not produce enough of the stress hormone cortisol. He now takes hydrocortisone to make up for what his body does not make. We were so…

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TeamBretMichaels.com / LifeRocksFoundation.org Story: Kylie’s Battle Against Diabetes

TeamBretMichaels.com / LifeRocksFoundation.org Story: Kylie’s Battle Against Diabetes

Kylie is an amazing three year old. When Kylie was two she was diagnosed with a incurable disease. This disease is life altering, and has made her dependent on medications for the rest of life. Kylie can not sense when she is feeling gross from the sickness because she is so young and still does not understand how to express everything she is feeling. Kylie has Type 1 Diabetes. It is a terrifying disease and is extremely hard to predict….

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TeamBretMichaels.com / LifeRocksFoundation.org Story: Nicole Doesn’t Let Diabetes Stand In The Way Of Her Dreams

TeamBretMichaels.com / LifeRocksFoundation.org Story: Nicole Doesn’t Let Diabetes Stand In The Way Of Her Dreams

I am the mother of a T1 diabetic daughter. Her name is Nicole and she was diagnosed at the age of 6. She is 19 years old now. Nicole had just started swimming competitively when she was diagnosed. Back then, kids were put on injections twice a day, and that’s what we did with Nicole. We kept her swimming everyday on her team. It was difficult. Her coach didn’t want to learn anything about diabetes because “his mother in law…

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