How Bob Saget Supported A Family Impacted By The Rare Disease, Scleroderma

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Following beloved actor Bob Saget’s passing, his charitable work to fight the rare disease scleroderma has come to light. Saget had connected with Sophie Anne Seaman’s family after the 9-year-old was diagnosed, and sent her videos of support and inspiration. He even invited her parents to a comedy show so they could meet in person. Saget had helped raise about $26 million since 1991. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports for TODAY.

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How Bob Saget Supported A Family Impacted By The Rare Disease, Scleroderma