Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Benefit

Kevin Weisman plays the resident geek on Alias, he rocks out with his band Trainwreck, and he takes time out of his busy schedule to help raise money to help research efforts surrounding Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. I caught up with Kevin via phone in between radio shows and talked briefly about the Celebrity Snow Jam happening in Seattle on March 26 – where Trainwreck will be playing along with a few other bands.

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Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The disease typically affects boys starting at age five, with no obvious advance warning signs. Currently, DMD is 100% fatal. Long-time Lockergnome subscriber, Kyle Kyllan and his stepson, Kevin Weisman, are actively working to raise money to advance research through the Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Research Fund. Kyle spoke with us in his capacity as President of the DMD Research Fund to raise awareness about the disease and get the word out about the upcoming Celebrity Snow Jam happening on March 26. More importantly, Kyle spoke as someone who is seeing the disease impact thousands of lives all over the world; someone passionate about doing something to help find a cure.

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