Breathe: A Song for the Breathless, Not Hopeless


“Sometimes you have to lose your breath… to breathe”, these are some of the lyrics and the words we hear when we listen to this amazing and inspirational song, dedicated to all pulmonary hypertension (PH) patients. Well-known face and PH advocate, Chloe Temcthine, wrote this song with the help of a friend and recently launched this video, featuring PH kids.

Read more about Chloe Temcthine who launched this music video, featuring PH kids. 

Several children who are pulmonary hypertension patients joined forces to sing this song, in an attempt to spread the word and awareness about this devastating condition.  Currently, there are no methods for treating children with PH, only adults, and without being treated, children have an average lifespan of just 2.8 years.

chloetemtchine shared her new “Breathe” music video on her youtube channel, a song that could certainly work as an anthem for the pulmonary hypertension community, but also as a beacon of hope and inspiration to children who are suffering from PH.

Read more about Chloe Temtchine’s life story and advocate work for pulmonary hypertension.

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