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Once a thriving bodybuilder and personal trainer who could lift more than 400 pounds, by age 28 Jamison Hill became bedridden and couldn’t even lift a tube of Chapstick. For months he teetered on the brink of death unable to speak, eat solid food, or elevate his body. In the last several months, Jamison's health has started to improve, but his medical expenses are not covered by insurance.

Half of the profits from this campaign will pay for Jamison's medical expenses -- more than $70,000 last year. The other half will be donated to the Blue Ribbon Foundation, an established charity working to bring awareness of the disease to medical professionals. 

Jamison has written for, among others, Men’s Journal and The Oregonian. He blogs at JamisonWrites.com

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Once a thriving bodybuilder and personal trainer who could lift more than 400 pounds, by age 28 Jamison Hill became bedridden and couldn’t even lift a tube of Chapstick. For months he teetered on the brink of death unable to speak, eat solid food, or elevate his body. In the last several months, Jamison's health has started to improve, but his medical expenses are not covered by insurance.

Half of the profits from this campaign will pay for Jamison's medical expenses -- more than $70,000 last year. The other half will be donated to the Blue Ribbon Foundation, an established charity working to bring awareness of the disease to medical professionals. 

Jamison has written for, among others, Men’s Journal and The Oregonian. He blogs at JamisonWrites.com

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