Author to Donate Half of Book Sale Profits for #CFAwarenessMonth

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A book about a girl with cystic fibrosis is helping increase the profile of the disease and raise money for research. Michael Seidelman’s novel No-one Dies in the Garden of Syn teaches readers about cystic fibrosis, as it follows the story of Synthia Wade, a teenager living with the disease.

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In honor of Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month, Seidelman plans to donate half of the profits from this month’s book sales. He’ll also be donating copies of his book to Ronald McDonald Houses in various cities across the country. Find out more about Seidelman’s novel for young adults here.

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