“Let Me Breathe”: A Pulmonary Hypertension Anthem

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“(This song is the) PH’s version of We Are The World“, those are the words of Paul Adam, a composer who was in charge of creating this pulmonary hypertension (PH) anthem.

Read more about Chloe Temcthine who launched a new video for her pulmonary hypertension song “Breathe”, featuring PH kids. 

Several patients suffering from different lung conditions – but specifically PH – joined forces to create this song in an attempt to spread the word and awareness about the devastating condition.

jpauladams’s channel shared this video in 2011 and with the support of the Pulmonary Hypertension Association of Canada, created this amazing theme that worked – and still works – as an anthem for the pulmonary hypertension community, and also as a beacon of hope and inspiration to patients who think their life with PH has to be spent at home.

Read more about how Broadway stars gathered for “Breathless on Broadway”, an event to raise awareness for pulmonary hypertension.

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