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MAR 7__This is the first show in the March 4 HDSA series. Each Monday we will be showcasing another segment of the largest non-profit volunteer organization of its kind for our HD community. Our incredible special guests are Louise Vetter, CEO and Nancy Rhodes, Director of Field Development & Operations at HDSA National in New York. The idea is to explore every aspect of HDSA’s programs and services. HDSA was founded in 1968 by Marjorie Guthrie, wife of folk music legend Woody Guthrie who lost his battle with Huntington's Disease at age 55. Its network of resources and referrals are unmatched by any other HD organization. HDSA Centers of Excellence provide medical and social services to those affected by Huntington’s Disease and their families, while a toll free helpline and extensive national website help to provide access to information and services. HDSA chapters, affiliates, regions, social workers, and support groups work in tandem with the Centers of Excellence to increase awareness about Huntington’s Disease and raise funds for research, education and family services. OUR GOAL for March 4 HDSA is to tap into these extraordinary resources and inform you about what is available NOW to help our HDears. It's great to know we have an incredible wealth of help right at our fingertips. Thank you HDSA for your dedication, support and commitment to help all of our HDears. Tune in each Monday this month and let’s March 4 HDSA!! To learn more about HDSA and to get involved, visit their website at: (www.hdsa.org) or call (800-345-HDSA).
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