John Donnally, Biking from San Francisco to NYC to Raise Awareness of Lyme Disease, Stopped at ESU on Sunday

Posted by: jrivera on November 27, 2013, No Comments

John Donnally, a 24-year-old Lyme disease sufferer and cyclist, stopped at East Stroudsburg University’s Northeast Wildlife DNA Lab at the Innovation Center on Sunday as part of a 4,000 mile bike ride that began in San Francisco and ends in New York City. Here he signs a helmet for ESU Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences Jane E. Huffman, Ph.D.

John Donnally, a 24-year-old Lyme disease sufferer and cyclist, stopped at East Stroudsburg University’s Northeast Wildlife DNA Lab at the Innovation Center on Sunday as part of a 4,000 mile bike ride that began in San Francisco and ends in New York City.

Donnally, who has been battling Lyme disease since he was 9 years old, started the journey in late September and is hoping to raise awareness and $50,000 to help improve treatment and testing through his Bite Back for a Cure campaign.