QUEST Vol. 18, No. 1

January 1, 2011 - March 31, 2011

Cover Story

I always knew I was different. I couldn’t do what the other kids could do even though I was an active, outdoors kind of boy. I was always slower running the bases at sandlot baseball and slower on my bicycle than the other kids in the neighborhood. I tried hard, but I just couldn’t keep up. The doctor told my parents that there was nothing to worry about. All I had was flat feet.



Research Updates

Quest Extra

Foreign travel with a wheelchair is possible — and fun!
When a 1,000-year storm hit Nashville, a writer with muscular dystrophy learned the truth of the adage ‘it’s all about neighbors helping neighbors’
The mother of a man with SMA seeks to inspire others to modify favorite family recipes to accommodate a loved one's eating difficulties
A master gardener with Becker muscular dystrophy shows off his beautiful backyard garden, which can be maintained easily from a wheelchair