The woman who has led efforts to raise awareness and money in this part of South Carolina for the National Kleine-Levin Syndrome Foundation now has an official role among the foundation's brain trust.
Lancaster County resident Donna White is now part of the KLS Foundation's new advisory board, which will have up to four members at first and more later. They will represent all parts of the world where KLS - a rare neurological disorder that causes people to sleep up to 20 hours a day and is without any known cause or cure - is found.
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