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Race 4 Research is ALS Therapy Development Institute's premier 5K and walk, bringing together more than 400 participants from the
community each year. The event raises money and awareness for the fight against ALS.
Race 4 Research participants will walk, run or roll through Technology Square, Cambridge's biotechnology hotspot. The ALS TDI Race 4 Research
brings attention to the critical role scientific research plays in bringing us closer to effective treatments and a cure for ALS. Dress in
your nerdiest costume and join us for a chip-timed, 5k road race, a 4-mile ALS awareness walk and wheelchair ride along the picturesque
Charles River, plus an after party with snacks and beer!