Fighting MSA: Austin Crawford's Story
Facing a devastating disease with no known cause or cure, Austin Crawford claims to be 'the richest man in the world' as he fights to pay it forward and keep his head in the wind.
As daily activities become increasingly more challenging due to Multiple System Atrophy (MSA), a degenerative neurological disorder with no known cause or cure, Austin Crawford claims to be "the richest man in the world" as he fights to pay it forward and keep his head in the wind. Austin Crawford tells his bittersweet story as he faces this debilitating disease with a bold face and a community of friends
Austin Crawford has Multiple System Atrophy (MSA). It is a very rare and terminal neurological disease. Austin describes the symptoms as being similar to a combination of Parkinson's and ALS. Despite the diagnosis of MSA, he maintains a positive attitude as he works to create awareness and raise money for much needed research and education.For more information about Multiple System Atrophy go to: https://www.multiplesystematrophy.org/about-MSATo help, please consider a donation in honor of Austin to the Multiple System Atrophy Coalition:
Directed by Phil Gioja
Multiple System Atrophy is a devastating and quickly-developing disease with no known cause or cure. By chance Phil Gioja connected with Austin, and after learning his story Center Street Productions partnered with The MSA Coalition to tell his bittersweet story as he faces this debilitating disease with a bold face and a community of friends.
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