Walk to raise awareness about mitochondrial disease returns to Hinsdale
HINSDALE – Imagine your body as a factory and its mitochondria is the assembly line.
As food and oxygen make their way down the assembly line, workers (or cells) process those nutrients into energy the body needs. Now if that assembly line fails, so to can the body. It’s a problem that affects thousands of people in the form of mitochondrial disease.
“It’s a very tragic disease and there’s very little awareness about it,” said Gary Moberly of Hinsdale, whose 18-year-old daughter was diagnosed with the disease eight years ago.
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