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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Stuart's role in MS Awareness (this week) on Internet Radio

This mention really has nothing to do with my MS but it does show you that I do what I can to discuss and let others know about this disease that so many of us, live with.

Stuart Schlossman on Internet Radio on March 16th, 2010

Click here: - and then on the March 16th archives. I was on during his 12-1pm time-slot so it will be easy to find what I spoke about.

Yes this is a talk show but 'they', not wanting to sound NPR-ish - do it more slapstick-ish and because it is internet radio, they Jorge and others on SoFloRadio - do not need to adhere to FCC guidelines.

The first 3 minutes can be skipped through as it's all music. But then It's them and me for the next 58 minutes except for a few (4-5) minute breaks

Listen to it all if you want and please do not tell me that I sound like I was yelling.. I think they had my microphone on too loud.

Lots of Comedy is thrown in as well... A Slapstick approach....

After the first break we discuss the medications, choices, then symptoms -- then I really don't remember - enjoy -- MUCH was covered concerning Multiple Sclerosis and so I hope that this new way of providing information will help some and hopefully to create awareness too..

Bada Bing, bada- boom

Comments would be appreciated, so come back to this blog posting and tell me what you thought of the program. Should I try to do more of this style program?


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