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Asthma SuperStars with NFL Vet Chris Draft

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LivingWithAsthma.net launches our new feature Asthma SuperStars by sitting down to talk to 12 year NFL veteran Chris Draft about his asthma journey, the challenges he has faced as world class athlete with asthma, managing asthma and healthy living, his work with the Chris Draft Family Foundation, and the advice he would give to families starting the asthma journey.

Chris Draft is 12 year veteran of the NFL, and a graduate of Stanford University where he played for both the Stanford football and baseball teams.  Among the many accolades he has received during his career, he has been a Byron "Whizzer" White Award finalist, and received the NFL Alumni Spirit Award, the Ed Block Courage Award, and the Rankin Smith Humanitarian award.  

The Chris Foundation seeks partnerships with local and national community health organizations, school districts and non-profits across the country, striving to empower and uplift communities by educating and equipping families to make healthier choices.