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National MPS Society
1007 Slater Rd #220
P.O. Box 14686
Durham, North Carolina, United States
Steve Holland, CPA is the proud father of Spencer, Madison, and Laynie, who were diagnosed with attenuated MPS I in 1994. The Hollands live in Texas, where they host a successful MPS fundraiser annually. Steve has served on the Society’s board since 1998, formerly serving as Chairman and Treasurer and currently serving as Vice-Chairman. He chairs the Education/Publicity Committee and the pathways Committee and is a frequent speaker on MPS and rare disease topics.
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Fall Family FundraisingLast year, we initiated our annual Fall ...
MPS I-H: What Are The Symptoms?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h111oEHS...
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