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Every year on the Saturday night of the Connect Conference, PPMD hosts a final dinner. Usually there is a speaker or two, dinner and drinks and a last moment to talk with friends.
Posted on April 2, 2013 at 11:30am 0 Comments 0 Favorites
Hello Duchenne community!
Summer is just around the corner and with that comes sunshine, fireflies and PPMD’s Annual Connect Conference.
We are excited to be back in Baltimore, MD at the beautiful Marriott Waterfront this year and really excited about this year’s program.
Posted on March 6, 2013 at 4:00pm 0 Comments 0 Favorites
I am so excited that in just 6 weeks, Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy will be hosting our second West Coast Connect Meeting in San Diego, CA, April 26-28, 2013. This meeting will be hosted at the San Diego Marriott Mission Valley.…Continue
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Just wondered if the hotel for next years conference in Chicago was chosen?
Thanks for your time,
Just stopped by to say happy Thanksgiving and thank you and PPMD for all you do!
Take care and all the best!
My question is about "Coach to Cure MD". Rachel & James are good friends of mine and asked me to send letters to friends asking for a $50 donation to go toward Cure to Cure MD. I've sent the letters and I want to know if they have donated so I can personally thank them. How can I find out?
Thank you for all you do at PPMD!!
(my husband Evonn is the Duchenne Sucks t-shirt guy)
Congratulations on your 10 years with PPMD. This years conference was a first for me and I did not get to meet you. However, just by seeing you run around the conference I could see that you do alot for PPMD. Thank you for everything you did for the conference. I am so gratefull that there is a place for all parents from all over the world to come together and talk and exchange information. Before I knew about PPMD my husband and I felt very alone. I'm still afraid of what lies ahead for my son, but now there is some hope and I/we don't have to go it alone.
We will chanage and are changing the history of Duchennes. Your help and energy will help speed the way!
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