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Merrimack Mom, Prader-Willi syndrome advocate honored with CYCC Spirit Award

The Council for Youths with Chronic Conditions presented its annual Spirit Award to Maureen Tracy, of Merrimack, who leads the New Hampshire Chapter of the Prader-Willi syndrome is a complex genetic condition that causes a constant sense of hunger and can lead to a number of physical, mental and behavioral problems.

Each year the CYCC awards a plaque and contribution to a small, spirited and very personalized non-profit that serves the needs of families and children with chronic conditions.  “The CYCC is proud to honor Maureen and the local Prader-Willi chapter for their selfless commitment and concern for others who are struggling with this rare condition,” said CYCC Chair Bob Quinn.

For more information about the Council for Youths with Chronic Conditions visit: www.nhcycc.org or the NH Chapter of Prader-Willi syndrome visit: www.pwsausa.org/new-hampshire-chapter/