“Katie Couric Show” features Ehlers-Danlos – See the video!

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome was discussed on the daytime talk show, Katie. We are providing links to watch the show, and encourage EDSers to add comments to the show’s website.

 

Watch the entire TV episode Click Here.

Visit the interactive ABC TV station website, where you can chime in with your comments:

Here are 2 video clips from the Katie show:

“Learn more about Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)” video

“Our journey through misdiagnosed child abuse” video

There are 3 webpages to add your comments:

 “Learn more about Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)”

“Our journey through misdiagnosed child abuse” 

“Do you have a story about EDS?”

EDSawareness.com is excited for yet another opportunity to raise EDS Awareness at the national level!

The EDS community has been following the tragic story about the Huber family’s false allegations of child abuse.  Bria and Andrew Huber were joined by Rana and Chad Tyson from our Dallas EDS Support Group! They discussed both of their family’s stories and discussed Ehlers-Danlos.

Click here for the original story

Each news story has gone a little bit deeper into clarifying what EDS is. It’s been challenging because there has been so much said in these interviews that didn’t make the “final cut” for the short segments. We are pleased that the Katie show presented a more in-depth discussion of this critical topic.

About Katie Couric and her talk show:

“Couric joined the Disney/ABC Television Group in Summer 2011 and serves as special correspondent for ABC News, contributing to ABC World NewsNightline,20/20Good Morning AmericaThis Week and primetime news specials. Since September 2012, she has hosted the syndicated daytime talk show, Katie.”
http://katiecouric.com/ 

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