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Rudy Sims

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The disabilityresourceexchange.com is now a sponsor of the msbpodcast!

hopefully together we can do more to raise disability awareness

On Wednesday, July 22, 2009 the disabilityresourceexchange.com was first mentioned as a sponsor of the msbpodcast a podcast for the multiple sclerosis community (I think it is a great and entertaining podcast for anyone actually though.) It alternates between talk and music. I have found it to be very entertaining and a high-quality podcast. I am very glad to be associated with it. Thanks very much to the host Charles-A. Rovira for inviting me to be part of the podcast and for helping me promote the disabilityresourceexchange.com. He is a member of the disabilityresourceexchange.com now and I look forward to working more with him in the future.

You can access the msbpodcast via the website or through iTunes (there is an iTunes link you can click on on the website http://www.msbpodcast.com/ just scroll down until you see it.

Please give the podcast a listen and support Charles-A. Rovira's wonderful effort. Thanks!
here is a link to Wednesday's podcast page - msb-0379 Wretched Wedn...

here's a direct link to Wednesday's show to download Direct Link to episode -> http://media.libsyn.com/media/msb/msb-0379_Wretched_Wednesday.m4a

and here is the iTunes link for the msbpodcast - iTunes link - this link will allow you to subscribe to the podcast with iTunes.

Sincerely
Rudy Sims

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I am currently 31 years old I have a disability called cerebral palsy and I am in a wheelchair I was born with cerebral palsy and I have had three operations to try and manage it. My last operation went badly and I experienced very severe postoperative chronic pain for 10 years. I am doing great now and I want to help others with disabilities and chronic illnesses cope effectively with their conditions.