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FSH Society Talk Radio

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This talk show features people, advocacy, research, and more from the FSH muscular dystrophy community. Sponsored by the nonprofit FSH Society.

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We are thrilled to welcome actor Max Adler, FSH Society honorary board member and advocate. The 31-year-old film and television actor first achieved national recognition for his role as Dave Karofsky on the hit television series Glee.... more

Mark Stone began his tenure as CEO and President of the FSH Society in September. Stone is a leading executive in health care-related non-profit organizations, having served as an executive leader of research-focused patient... more

This month's radio show guest is Steven Blier, a pianist and go-to coach for some of the world's most celebrated singers. Joining us also will be George Pollock, to tell us about his experiences riding in the cross-continental Race... more

Charis L. Himeda, PhD, is Research Assistant Professor at the Center for Molecular Medicine at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine. She has worked in the fields of myogenesis and muscle disease for many years,... more

Our guest tonight is Carol S. Birnbaum, MD, a psychiatrist in private practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is a tireless advocate for the Society as an adviser and liaison with patients and families. In 2011, Dr. Birnbaum lost her... more

Chris is the voice of the NBA's Brooklyn Nets and as founder of the Chris Carrino Foundation, an outspoken advocate for FSH muscular dystrophy. We will hear his story—how he embarked on his career as a sports broadcaster, keys to... more

Tonight we present the first live show of FSH Society Talk Radio. Host Tim Hollenback welcomes featured guest George Pollock. George is leader of Team FSHD Cycling, which will be competing in the grueling RAAM (Race Across... more

This is the first episode of FSH Society radio. First you ask, "What is FSHD?" It is Facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD). FSHD gets its name because the progressive loss of skeletal muscle is usually noticeable across facial... more

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