The official trailer for the Cryptid Sloth Show, the new podcast dedicated to the weirdest named neuromuscular disease nobody has ever heard of: CMT.
Charcot Marie Tooth disease, or CMT for short, is a rare inheritable neuromuscular disease, and it is the most common inherited neuromuscular disease. Affecting over 3 million people, almost nobody has ever heard of CMT. The Cryptid Sloth Show is dedicated to fixing that.
Host, Kenneth Raymond, was diagnosed with CMT in 2002. Since then, he has made it his passion to learn and absorb everything he can about CMT, and he is passionate about plugging up the information gap by sharing everything he has learned and continues to learn. This is a podcast by a CMTer for CMTers.
Head over to the website for show notes and you can download a copy of the episode transcript for free while you're there; www.thecryptidsloth.com/podcast
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