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Welcome to Know5.org! Our purpose is to bring awareness and ultimately a cure to a devastating neurological disorder called CDKL5. CDKL5 affects only 1,000 children worldwide and that is why the International Foundation for CDKL5 Research needs your help. Though more children are being diagnosed everyday, it is critical to bring more awareness to such a rare disorder. Your donation will go a long way in help funding the on-going research to make the lives for these children better.

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(AL.COM) GOV. BENTLEY SIGNS CARLY’S LAW TO LEGALIZE MARIJUANA-DERIVED CBD OIL PRESCRIPTIONS

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Gov. Robert Bentley signed a bill Tueday to legalize the use of a marijuana-derived oil, called CBD oil, for medicinal use. The bill, commonly called Carly’s Law in honor of the 3-year-old Carly Chandler of Birmingham...

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THROW MATT FROM THE PLANE

This skydive event is a way you can mark it off of your bucket list while raising money and awareness to CDKL5 and other rare disorders. Up until the event on September 27, 2014 The Matt Murphy show...

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PROBABLE US CONGRESSMAN FROM ALABAMA HAS PROMISED TO SKYDIVE FOR CHARITY IF $5K IS RAISED.

As I was raising awareness for my daughters disorder, Gary Palmer, who will be the next United States Congressmen from District 6 in Alabama said he would participate in my skydive fundraiser by jumping out of an airplane at 14,000 feet...

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Donate or Skydive

Though more children are being diagnosed everyday, it is critical to bring more awareness to such a rare disorder. Your donation will go a long way in help funding the on-going research to make the lives for these children better. Want to be a part of our skydiving team? We have partnered up with Skydive Alabama. For every person skydiving for CDKL5, Skydive Alabama will donate the proceeds to funding CDKL5 research. To learn more about how you can skydive with us follow the "Read More" link below.

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**All donations made are tax deductible and go directly to the International Foundation for CDKL5 Research