Episode 17: Amy Fenton Parker, President and CEO at Batten Disease Support and Research Organization (BDSRA)

Episode 17 January 12, 2022 00:39:58
Episode 17: Amy Fenton Parker, President and CEO at Batten Disease Support and Research Organization (BDSRA)
Few & Far Between
Episode 17: Amy Fenton Parker, President and CEO at Batten Disease Support and Research Organization (BDSRA)
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Show Notes

Why are advocacy and accessibility so important to rare diseases such as Batten Disease? On this week’s Few & Far Between podcast episode, Biorasi’s Becky Knockemus talks with Amy Fenton Parker, President and CEO at Batten Disease Support and Research Organization (BDSRA).

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