Carl Kapes helps his son, Ryan, up the stairs of their home. Both Ryan and his brother Brayden have Sanfilippo syndrome, which is a deadly and incurable genetic disease. Carl Kapes has literally climbed mountains to raise funds to find a cure for the disease.
Carl Kapes helps his son, Ryan, up the stairs of their home. Both Ryan and his brother Brayden have Sanfilippo syndrome, which is a deadly and incurable genetic disease. Carl Kapes has literally climbed mountains to raise funds to find a cure for the disease. Dan Salvo Photo provided
Carl Kapes helps his son, Ryan, up the stairs of their home. Both Ryan and his brother Brayden have Sanfilippo syndrome, which is a deadly and incurable genetic disease. Carl Kapes has literally climbed mountains to raise funds to find a cure for the disease. Dan Salvo Photo provided

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