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    A Patient Voice--Richard Cohen's Video & Audio
    Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Some of you may know of disability advocate and award-winning journalist Richard Cohen's Strong at the Broken Places blog. Have you ever wondered about Richard and his life with M.S., or about the people's he's interviewed and written about, including those with Alzheimer's?

    Wonder no more!

    "A Patient Voice" is the name of the series of 17 video and audio clips that are companion pieces to the blog. They're from 5-32 minutes long, so I suggest taking them in slowly and looking at the matching blog as you go along.

    Yours in health,

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    balmayne responded:

    I really appreciated this video. Thank you.

    Byroney_WebMD_Staff replied to balmayne's response:
    You're very welcome, Ruth. I had the pleasure to work with Richard during his time with WebMD, and whenever I feel like I need a boost, I watch one of the videos or listen to one of the audios.

    Best wishes,

    Life isn't a matter of milestones but of moments. - Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy

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