Council members also presented a proclamation to Pleasanton resident Sarah Brunskill, co-chair of the Lymphatic Education and Research Foundation's California chapter, in recognition of March 6 as World Lymphedema Day. Brunskill's toddler son Grayson Howard, was born with lymphedema, a disease caused by blockages in the body's lymphatic system that can lead to impaired function and shortened lifespan for affected people.
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