Man who desirous ice bucket plea behind in a hospital

BOSTON — The Massachusetts male who desirous people around a universe to dump buckets of ice H2O over their heads to lift millions of dollars for Lou Gehrig’s illness research is behind in a hospital.

A Facebook post from a family of 32-year-old Pete Frates asked for prayers Sunday and pronounced he is during Massachusetts General Hospital “and battling this savage ALS like a Superhero.”

Frates was diagnosed with ALS, or amyotrophic parallel sclerosis, in 2012. The illness weakens muscles and impairs earthy functioning. There is no famous cure.

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge lifted some-more than $220 million when it took off worldwide on amicable media in 2014.

The family’s latest Facebook post has drawn hundreds of comments of support. Family members said, “We feel your adore and support and are so grateful.”

A post on Pete Frates’ possess Twitter comment Monday morning showed him in his sanatorium bed with a Pearl Jam strain “Alive” personification in a background. “In a difference of my crony ed,” he wrote, as a carol rang out: “Yeah, yeah I, oh, I’m still alive.”

That post followed a mistaken twitter by publisher and commentator Mike Barnicle observant Frates had died on Monday morning. Barnicle afterwards retracted a tweet, citing wrong information given to him by a family friend. 

Barnicle followed those messages with one propelling people to present to a Ice Bucket Challenge to assistance find a cure.

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