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Dear web site visitor,

As you may know,, a leading developer of internet talk
radio content, has joined The ALS Association in our fight against ALS by
launching an ALS Awareness Campaign, running a series of one-hour talk
shows focused on raising awareness and funds for ALS. The ALS Radio Hour
consists of information sessions and interviews with those in the ALS
community, including patients, medical professionals, caregivers,
legislators, corporate donors, and researchers. Details for the show are
as follows:

Broadcast Hours: Monday through Friday 9-10 AM Pacific Time
Access: You can access The ALS Radio Hour at,, or through by clicking on the Spotlight
Item on the main page and then on the VoiceAmerica logo.
Hosts: Chris Conlan and Brian Ching
Studio Call in Lines:
Toll Free 888-335-5204
In Arizona 480-557-6571
FAX: 480-557-0627
Booking: Layne Stolworthy,; 1-877-311-9474
Computer requirements: to listen to the show, your computer must be
equipped with the proper sound devices, and you must have Real Player
Basic installed on your system, which is a free download from . also needs your help in providing meaningful content for
The ALS Radio Hour. VoiceAmerica asks for your help in identifying local
medical professionals, patient services staff, patients, caregivers, and
other relevant speakers who would be willing to participate in the show.

To schedule an appearance, please email with the
name and title of the person who would like to call in, and the specifics
of the issue or item they would like to discuss. For patients and
caregivers who would like to participate, there is no need for them to
book an appearance. They may simply call in on the toll free studio line
or email Patients using augmentative
communications devices are certainly encouraged to call in as well.

Also, email if you would like to join an email
list about upcoming guests and topics for The ALS Radio Hour.

If you have further questions, please feel free to contact

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