One Small Step to raise awareness for Prader-Willi Syndrome

You can take one small step next weekend on October 10th to help raise awareness and money for research for those living with Prader-Willi syndrome.

The rare genetic disorder presents wide range of challenges. It's often associated with the inability to feel full.

Joseph Frazier, 4, was diagnosed with it shortly after he was born. The young boy's dream is to be a baseball player. His parents are on a mission to raise awareness and help their son live the best

Joseph's parents, Angela and JD, joined FOX 7's Ann Wyatt Little to talk about an upcoming walk.

Join the Fraziers and other families for a 5k benefiting the Foundation for Prader-Willi Syndrome. It's October 10th at the Belterra Rec Center from 8:00 to noon.

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