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By Karen Wheeler
If you think you have limitations - STOP -There are no limitations when it comes to imagination.

By Go Far: The Christopher Rush Story movie
GO FAR: THE CHRISTOPHER RUSH STORY will hold its world premiere on Friday, June 19, at the inaugural Niagara Integrated Film Festival (NIFF), a brand new festival from the Founder of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) - the most successful...

By GO Far: The Christopher Rush Story movie
GO FAR: THE CHRISTOPHER RUSH STORY chronicles the inspirational life of Christopher Rush, a quadriplegic and MDA poster child who lived with muscular dystrophy well beyond his predicted 2 years of life.

By Strategic Book Group
Living With MD Is a Challenge in This Novel for Young Readers

By Go Far: The Christopher Rush Story movie
Zack Arnold competes in the brutal Spartan Race and overcame ostacles beyond his physical boundaries, just like his soon-to-be-released documentary GO FAR about muscular dystrophy preaches.

By EGAN Medical Equipment & Supply
EGAN Medical Equipment CEO Peter Egan is asking for your help in helping his company raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) via the organization's annual "MDA Lock-Up" event.

By iSpeak4U LLC
"HandySpeech" Mobile App Gives a Voice to Disabled - "The app has given my best friend back to me. It's not my husband's voice, but it's his words!"

By Muscular Dystrophy Association
Warwick, RI—“Making Music for MDA” will take place on Saturday, March 30th, 2013 7pm-10pm at Dave and Buster’s, Providence Place Mall.

By iSpeak4U LLC
Ability To Talk Becomes A Reality As Handwriting-To-Speech Application Is Released For Apple Mobile Devices "HandySpeech" Application Is Quickly Becoming The Gift Of Voice For People With Disabilities

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
A novel therapeutic approach called exon skipping involves bypassing a disease-causing mutation in a gene to restore normal gene expression and protein production.

By iSpeak4U
West Hartford, CT – December 2nd, 2012 – iSpeak4U announced today the immediate availability of HandySpeech. The only handwriting-to-speech application for the iPad, it provides a unique opportunity for people with disabilities to communicate.

By Stick-e Products LLC
Although Stick-e Gloves were created for fitness, now they are a therapeutic prop. They are beneficial for elderly people with poor circulation and thinning skin as well as people suffering from arthritis and other autoimmune disease for better grip.

By PR Artistry
National sunflower campaign encourages children to learn about the environment and growing plants while raising awareness and funds for charity Action Duchenne

By PR Artistry
Race to develop process for delivering full length dystrophin which would lead to a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is supported by charity Action Duchenne with donation of £160,000

By ADPR
Fundraisers tackle mud, puddles and moguls for UK charity The Muscle Help Foundation.

By Egan Medical
Egan Medical, a Louisiana based retailer of home medical equipment, supplies, supplements and other healthcare products, has announced that the company will be holding a series of auctions for the benefit of the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).

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By Karen Wheeler
If you think you have limitations - STOP -There are no limitations when it comes to imagination.

By Go Far: The Christopher Rush Story movie
GO FAR: THE CHRISTOPHER RUSH STORY will hold its world premiere on Friday, June 19, at the inaugural Niagara Integrated Film Festival (NIFF), a brand new festival from the Founder of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) - the most successful...

By GO Far: The Christopher Rush Story movie
GO FAR: THE CHRISTOPHER RUSH STORY chronicles the inspirational life of Christopher Rush, a quadriplegic and MDA poster child who lived with muscular dystrophy well beyond his predicted 2 years of life.

By Strategic Book Group
Living With MD Is a Challenge in This Novel for Young Readers

By Etac UK
Eden King, 14 from Thetford in Norfolk who lives with Muscular Dystrophy, has received a life changing, state-of-the-art F280 Balder Junior power chair thanks to donations from Action for Kids, the Joseph Patrick Trust and the Norfolk Free Masons

By Go Far: The Christopher Rush Story movie
Zack Arnold competes in the brutal Spartan Race and overcame ostacles beyond his physical boundaries, just like his soon-to-be-released documentary GO FAR about muscular dystrophy preaches.

By EGAN Medical Equipment & Supply
EGAN Medical Equipment CEO Peter Egan is asking for your help in helping his company raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) via the organization's annual "MDA Lock-Up" event.

By iSpeak4U LLC
"HandySpeech" Mobile App Gives a Voice to Disabled - "The app has given my best friend back to me. It's not my husband's voice, but it's his words!"

By Muscular Dystrophy Association
Warwick, RI—“Making Music for MDA” will take place on Saturday, March 30th, 2013 7pm-10pm at Dave and Buster’s, Providence Place Mall.

By iSpeak4U LLC
Ability To Talk Becomes A Reality As Handwriting-To-Speech Application Is Released For Apple Mobile Devices "HandySpeech" Application Is Quickly Becoming The Gift Of Voice For People With Disabilities

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
A novel therapeutic approach called exon skipping involves bypassing a disease-causing mutation in a gene to restore normal gene expression and protein production.

By iSpeak4U
West Hartford, CT – December 2nd, 2012 – iSpeak4U announced today the immediate availability of HandySpeech. The only handwriting-to-speech application for the iPad, it provides a unique opportunity for people with disabilities to communicate.

By Stick-e Products LLC
Although Stick-e Gloves were created for fitness, now they are a therapeutic prop. They are beneficial for elderly people with poor circulation and thinning skin as well as people suffering from arthritis and other autoimmune disease for better grip.

By The Muscle Help Foundation
UK businesses are being offered the chance to flex their 'pedal power' for Muscular Dystrophy by entering a team and taking part in an exciting new sporting event on Friday 13 July: the 1st ever Pedalo World Championships at the famous Leander Club.

By PR Artistry
National sunflower campaign encourages children to learn about the environment and growing plants while raising awareness and funds for charity Action Duchenne

By PR Artistry
Race to develop process for delivering full length dystrophin which would lead to a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is supported by charity Action Duchenne with donation of £160,000

By Rosa & Co
PK/PD analyses used to support the rationale for therapeutic strategies targeting myostatin pathway

By PR Artistry
Charity claims proposals will seriously affect current standards of care for people with life threatening neuromuscular conditions

By Julie Doyle
Family of Muscular Dystrophy sufferer turn to local companies to help bring a bungalow back from the brink of DIY disaster

By ADPR
Fundraisers tackle mud, puddles and moguls for UK charity The Muscle Help Foundation.

By Egan Medical
Egan Medical, a Louisiana based retailer of home medical equipment, supplies, supplements and other healthcare products, has announced that the company will be holding a series of auctions for the benefit of the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).

By Media Ink
WorkflowOne, a leading provider of print management, marketing and distribution services announced today for the third year, the company will help raise awareness for Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy (PPMD) and Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

By Craig M. Muckle
Safeway Announces Month-Long Effort to Raise Money To Support Research and Cures for MDA and Other Neuromuscular Diseases

By Royal Event
Fundraiser for The John Kerr Foundation benefitting those with Muscular Dystrophy

By Kids Wish Network
A 5-year-old with muscular dystrophy has his only wish to visit Disney World granted through national children’s charity Kids Wish Network.

By ADPR Ltd
Last night the Muscle Help Foundation celebrated at its fourth charity fundraiser. The glitzy occasion took place at the prestigious Royal Automobile Club on Pall Mall, it was a hugely successful event for the charity, raising nearly £15,000.

By Exit Realty Elite
Local EXIT Realtor, Tony Green, spent Tuesday afternoon contacting family, friends, clients, vendors, and anyone else he could dig up in an effort to get himself bailed out of the Muscular Dystrophy Association's upcoming 20th Annual Lock-Up...

By reports-research.com
The UK coalition government is facing legal action from public services trade union UNISON over plans to shake up the National Health Service in a bid to find efficiency savings.

By School for Self-Healing
Hungarian man quests to San Francisco to learn Self-Healing Massage & Exercise Regimen - developed by Doctor M. Schneider for muscular dystrophy patients. The methods are reason for optimism as patients and research studies confirm effectiveness.

By ERA Wilder Realty
Lending a hand to help combat neuromuscular disease, The Lexington ERA Wilder Realty office will sponsor a YARD SALE in the parking lot of their Lexington branch location

By Rick Rountree Communications
Hardee’s® locations owned and operated by Boddie-Noell Enterprises (BNE) raised over $164,000 this year for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) by participating in the Shamrocks Against Dystrophy campaign.

By Stem Cell Global Foundation
Now a day treating incurable diseases is not a major issue, Stem Cell Therapy has helped many patients getting treatment for incurable diseases of which Muscular dystrophy is one disease.

By Yogesh Kumar
Stem Cells are engaged in the field of regenerative medicine. This includes the treatment of patients with stem cell transplantation therapy.

By Rick Rountree Communications
Café Carolina and Bakery locations owned and operated by Boddie-Noell Enterprises (BNE) will help raise funds this year for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) by encouraging patrons to participate in the Shamrocks Against Dystrophy campaign.

By Stem Cell Global Foundation
Some of the patients have been treated and shown live sharing their experience and improvement after getting treatment for Muscular Dystrophy.

By Don Zeigler
ERA Franchise Systems, LLC, presents checks totaling $800,000 to the Muscular Dystrophy Association during its 44th annual Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon, Sept. 6-7

By Star Time News
The biological daughter of entertainer Jerry Lewis makes her first national television appearance on the popular news program, Inside Edition. The segment will be aired on either January 28, 2009 or January 29, 2009 depending on the local station.

By Rita Alexander / International Stem Cell Institute
International Stem Cell Institute (ISCI) has successfully treated patients (including children) with seizure disorders, problems with the circulatory system, and immune deficiency.

By Active Web Group
On Thursday, November 13, 2008, 7-11pm, at Oheka Castle in Huntington, Angela’s House will host Night for a Cure, to benefit organizations dedicated to finding cures for some of the rarest and most serious children’s diseases in the world.

By Star Time News
Internet blogger Scott Marks published an apology to Rick Saphire for reporting a fictious story implicating Saphire in a deal to secure money from Newsweek for an interview with Jerry Lewis.

By Rick Saphire Celebrity Management
During the 2008 Muscular Dystrophy Telethon, entertainer Jerry Lewis touted his upcoming Australian tour, while his son, singer, Gary Lewis was selling out concerts in the Philippines.

By International Stem Cell Institute
Thanks to International Stem Cell Institute (ISCI), there’s no need to wait until the FDA approves legislation to receive stem cell therapy. Stem cell treatment using non-controversial stem cells from placenta is already available in Mexico.

By Aculongevity
Abandoned by conventional medicine, a 42 year old woman and her family received stem cell therapy from Dr. Omar Gonzalez.. Their improvements are very encouraging and show great promise.

By Aculongevity
Dr. Omar Gonzalez believes in a multi-disciplinary approach to medicine. He practices state-of-the-art anti-aging techniques and combines the best of European, North American, traditional and Chinese medicine.

By Kim MacIntosh
"Letters To Heaven" I am a disabled woman with Beckers type Muscular Dystrophy and this is my Autobiography written in letters form to my brother or sister who were miscarried after my younger brother was born.



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