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A brand-new podcast series called “A Campbell Never Quits” is informing the life story of Tyler Campbell, a client supporter who was detected with numerous sclerosis (MS) throughout his junior year at college.

“The podcast aims to appeal to sports fans, people living with MS, and anyone who appreciates a good love story; however, any podcast fan can enjoy it as we hope to bring awareness to the disease,” the program’s developers said in a news release.

“Tyler’s story humanizes and brings awareness to the struggles of MS patients nationwide,” Dominique LaVigne, a manufacturer on the podcast, composed in an email to Multiple Sclerosis News Today.

Tyler Campbell is the boy of Pro Football Hall of Fame gamer Earl Campbell. He initially prepared to follow in his daddy’s steps and play football expertly, however his strategies were thwarted by his medical diagnosis.

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Now, Tyler Campbell is a client supporter, assisting to raise awareness about the illness and promoting for equivalent look after all individuals with the neurodegenerative illness. As part of those efforts, he was just recently included in a documentary about the distinct difficulties Black individuals deal with after an MS medical diagnosis.

“With Tyler’s story he makes you realize that MS isn’t the end. It’s challenging, but there’s still so much life after a diagnosis,” LaVigne said. “I hope people hear that and feel that while listening to his story because it’s been a beautiful experience for me.”

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He released the effort Educate. Elevate. Collaborate. in 2021 to increase MS education, awareness, and engagement in minority neighborhoods. He likewise functions as an ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and provides talks to influence others with the illness to act and supporter for their care.

The five-part series is being launched weekly throughout March as part of MS awareness month. Each episode has to do with 45 minutes long and can be heard on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

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The very first episode concentrates on Campbell’s youth, how he began playing football, and how he almost lost all his scholarship opportunities after being captured drinking at his high school. The 2nd episode explores his time playing football in college.

The 3rd episode, entitled “Never Quit Fighting,” dropped today for MS awareness week. It concentrates on Campbell’s medical diagnosis towards completion of his college profession.

“This episode release is timely because this week works to bring awareness to the disease, and this episode takes a closer look at Tyler Campbell’s MS diagnosis and how it, ultimately, changed his life,” said LaVigne said, who ended up being knowledgeable about MS after an auntie was detected with the neurological condition. She said informing Tyler’s story is a personal objective.

“Before [my aunt] was diagnosed, I didn’t know what the disease was and I’m sure many family and friends of patients with MS share that similar experience. I hope people hear Tyler’s story and take the time to understand how this disease impacts lives,” she said.

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LaVigne began dealing with the podcast, together with co-creators Clark Dalton and Blaine Young, more than 2 years back throughout the pandemic. At the time, the 3 developers were university student at the University of Texas.

“Working on this project in the middle of the pandemic posed some challenges, but it was worth it to see the final product. It’s worth it every time,” she said. “We really hope people are inspired by Tyler’s story to pursue their dreams in spite of the challenges. We know we have been inspired by him.”

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