May uses his talent to raise money, awareness of disease
By Joshua Shepherd
Thursday, September 12, 2013 at 10:13 am
Michael May was the champion of a special race last spring. It was a race in which everyone was a winner and May was given the unique opportunity to express thanks to God for the life he was given by giving life to someone else.
May was barely 3-months-old when he gave his parents the scare of a lifetime. He began having difficulty breathing, a result of a condition called hydrocephalus, and had to be airlifted to the University of Kentucky Hospital for emergency surgery that saved his life.
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