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Climbing For A Cause

February 28, 2011

This episode follows four Pittsburgh-area people who are compelled to climb. Explorer Will Cross, watchmaker Michael Kobold, Dr. Ray Benza and physician assistant Jessica Lazar are all scaling the highest mountains in the world to raise money and awareness for diabetes, lung disease and injured Navy Seals.


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This episode follows four Pittsburgh-area people who are compelled to climb. Explorer Will Cross, watchmaker Michael Kobold, Dr. Ray Benza and physician assistant Jessica Lazar are all scaling the highest mountains in the world to raise money and awareness for diabetes, lung disease and injured Navy Seals.


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