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Introducing the Daniel James Miller Foundation As many in the MMA community now know, UFC...

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Introducing the Daniel James Miller Foundation As many in the MMA community now know, UFC Middleweight Dan Miller and his wife have endured more pain and loss than a parent should ever have to with the passing of their first child and now their son, Danny Jr., battling a potentially fatal disease known as Polycystic Kidney Disease. While Danny is now scheduled for a transplant which will allow him to come off dialysis for the first time, the costs of the surgery for his living donor and Danny's anti-rejection medication are high. Friends and family of the Millers have set up a foundation in Danny's name and fundraising is beginning with an MMA seminar December 3rd in Whippany, NJ in order to help raise the money needed to let Danny finally live the normal life every child deserves. I encourage you to visit the page and read up on Danny and PKD. A non-profit organization is accepting tax-deductable donations for those who can not attend the seminar and the blog will be updated in the coming weeks with information about UFC-worn gear and autographed memorabilia up for auction and raffle. Every donation plays a part in helping change a child’s life for the better. This fanshot was front paged by Tim Burke (who will be donating - you should too).
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