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      Leah Leilani
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      “I can be whomever I want and make my character’s body do what it wants because Duchenne muscular dystrophy doesn’t exist in the world of D&D. Neither do the everyday struggles I have to face because of it. It’s one of the best escapes from reality I’ve found during the difficult time of the pandemic.”

      Hawkin has discovered a way to escape from the limitations of his Duchenne muscular dystrophy with the classic role-playing, table top game of Dungeons and Dragons. Read about his passion for D&D in his newest article “Dungeons and Dragons Helps Me Live Without Duchenne for a Moment.”

      Do you have any hobbies or passions that help you to forget about your disease?

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