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PXE eNewsletter January 2020

Thank You for Helping Us Raise Over $1,000,000

Dear friends and supporters of PXE International,

We are so thrilled with the results of our matching campaign. First, we thank our anonymous $500,000 donor. I cried when they first offered this challenge. My second emotion was fear – how could we possibly do this? We generally raise $100,000 in a year! Well, YOU did it! I would love for each of you to look in the mirror, and as my 2-year-old granddaughter is want to say these days, feel your whole self from head to toe and proclaim: I DID IT!!!

PXE eNewsletter January 2019

HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM PXE INTERNATIONAL!

Matching Challenge Update!

PXE-ers are killing it in our matching challenge in just a few short months! An anonymous donor challenged PXE International to raise $500,000 this year and promised to match it. So far we have received $309,160 from nearly 250 donors! Share this challenge with your friends and family, help us push PXE International to reach this goal by doubling your impact and having your donation matched!

PXE eNewsletter - Supplemental - Happy New Year 2020

We are going to do it! Thank you all!

Tonight, all over the world, people pause to acknowledge the end of the year.

We pause to thank you. This year, given the challenge of raising $500,000 for a match, we celebrate that we are within $4,500 of that goal!

Help us get over the finish line.

Donate at the link below or by texting “GIVEPXE” to 44-321 to help us complete this challenge before 2019 ends. Challenge your friends to do the same!

PXE eNewsletter August 2019

PXE International Breaks Ground on Exciting Clinical Study

On August 6th PXE International conducted a clinical study to see if people affected by PXE experienced increased levels of pyrophosphate (PPi) in their blood if they took capsules containing PPi.

PPi might be a treatment for PXE, so this is an important first step. We had a magnificent day with 11 volunteers who gave their time (and blood) to this study!

Researchers Drs. Jouni Uitto and Qiaoli Li also participated in the day (pictured below).

If this information was helpful to you, please consider making a quick donation today because every penny counts. 100% of donations go to support and research.