Christina Levasheff, mother of deceased son Judson, finds way to make her son’s tragic death mean more. Judson was diagnosed with Leukodystrophy and died a short time later.
While clearly still mourning her son’s death, Christina appears to have found new purpose in life. Several months after her loss, Christina turned her energies toward helping others diagnosed with this deadly disease. She’s managed to raise around $100,000 toward Leukodystrophy research, and promises to never give up.
Leukodystrophy is a rare genetic disorder which attacks the body’s central nervous system. Specifically, it attacks myelin, otherwise known as white brain matter. It’s a degenerative disease, and currently has no known human cure.
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