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33-Year Former Top DJ Tells of His MS Journey Back to a New Normal, Kim Curry

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Kim “Kid” Curry is the author of Come Get Me Mother, I’m Through!; The Death of Fairness; and Bonnie's Law: The Return to Fairness. A renowned radio broadcaster for 33 years, Kim worked in some of America’s finest cities including: Pueblo, Knoxville, San Antonio, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Miami. He was a DJ in different time slots and the Program Director of two of America’s legendary stations: KTSA-AM San Antonio and Power 96, Miami. As a DJ, creative freedom and owner trust led to huge ratings for Kim, where he consistently scored the highest market rating in his time slot. As Program Director, Kim led Power 96 to the highest ratings in the station’s history and achieved the most significant cumulative audience in the Southeast United States. In 2005, Kim was forced into retirement after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Sixteen years later, modern science offered hope and a path to recovery. In his debut memoir, Come Get Me Mother, I'm Through! Kim details his celebrated radio career and devastating diagnosis.

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