“God gives me a day to live every day, and as long as I can help people, it is okay.” – Bryson Foster
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (PRWEB)
November 14, 2017
Speaking straight from the heart, a 17-year-old from Concord, North Carolina, Bryson Foster, treats every day as a blessing as he lives with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD), and shares his struggles and hopes in a heartfelt video to inspire others, View the moving story at: http://www.ibcipower.com/MDA, an uplifting video produced by the Industrial Battery & Charger, Inc. family and Jennings Burchfield.
Bryson describes muscular dystrophy as “a muscle disease that makes every muscle in your body weak,” including the heart, the “biggest muscle in the body.” Due to this disease, Bryson misses out on a lot of “normal” 16-year-old things, and reflects that the hardest part about DMD is seeing others walk when he is unable. Life for Bryson and his parents Phil and Claire Foster, has been hard, but he has a strength greater than most.
Bryson was the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) National Ambassador in 2012 and 2013. Bryson was chosen to share his voice with the world as the National Ambassador, and he did not take this role lightly as he successfully inspired thousands with his spirit, raised awareness and funds to find a cure. Bryson has appeared on MDA’s telethons like many other National Ambassadors — often with longtime telethon host Jerry Lewis — and other forums such as “Larry King Live,” “Oprah,” “Today,” and “Good Morning America.” Ambassadors have graced more than 15 covers of Parade magazine and served as guests of honor at Walt Disney World, Disneyland and the Rose Parade.
Today, MDA ambassadors, like Bryson, continue to play an essential role…
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