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Concord natives out front in muscular dystrophy fight

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Make a Muscle, Make a Difference: Dr. R. Rodney Howell, left, chairman of the Muscular Dystrophy Association, poses with Bryson Foster, the organization’s national goodwill ambassador; and Steven Derks, the group’s CEO.

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CONCORD, N.C. -- When Muscular Dystrophy Association Chairman Dr. R. Rodney Howell hears people compliment the agency’s National Goodwill Ambassador Bryson Foster, he is not surprised.

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Make a Muscle, Make a Difference: Dr. R. Rodney Howell, left, chairman of the Muscular Dystrophy Association, poses with Bryson Foster, the organization’s national goodwill ambassador; and Steven Derks, the group’s CEO.