Problems with “Autism Awareness” This April, you’re probably going to witness what appears to be a surge of support for autism. Puzzle pieces will pop up like weeds in the garden. Requests to “light it up blue” will glare in your face like an interrogation lamp. Fundraisers may very well flood your local area likeRead More
Battling Bile Duct Liver Cancer Marlin was diagnosed with bile duct liver cancer. The doctors in his local area were unable to treat it. As he searched for treatment options, Marlin found out good news and bad news. The good news: specialists at MD Anderson could help him. The bad news: MD Anderson was moreRead More
Life with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Diana was hyper-flexible as a child. As with many “double jointed” children, she showed off her abilities. “In my youth, I often entertained friends with all my ‘tricks.’ I grew up thinking most people could do these things with their joints.” But as the years went on, Diana began to sufferRead More
An Impressive Résumé Keith has helped many nonprofits for more than 20 years. In that time, he’s made his mark in development and fundraising. His positive attitude is contagious, and he has the skills to help a nonprofit succeed. But what’s most interesting on Keith’s résumé is his longtime involvement with Mercy Medical Angels. BeforeRead More

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