August 12, 2014 4:57 pm

Hydrocephalus Association Walk: September 13

On September 13, the second annual Greater Los Angeles WALK with the Hydrocephalus Association will take place at the Hollywood Riviera in Redondo Beach.

Hydrocephalus, a chronic neurological condition caused by excess fluid in the brain, does not have a cure. The only treatment is brain surgery, the most common of which involves the insertion of a shunt that allows for proper drainage of fluid and remains in the brain for life. More information on Hydrocephalus is below.

Last year, the Hydrocephalus Association WALK in Los Angeles became the most attended and successful HA WALK in the country in its first year, thanks in part to the generosity of Kings fans and partners.

Hydrocephalus affects one million people across the United States, including Charlie Pope, son of Kings Director of Community Relations Jennifer Pope and her husband, Matt.

To join Jennifer and Matt in support of Charlie at the HA WALK, click here to register for Team Charlie’s Angels and click “Join Team” in the top right corner.

The WALK will be joined by Daryl Evans’ Run-Walk 5K, with proceeds benefiting the Hydrocephalus Association. Details:

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More on Hydrocephalus:

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