Documenting Life with Motor Neuron Disease


11 years ago, Pete Anderson was diagnosed with motor neuron disease – an incurable condition that’s robbed him of his voice and left him confined to a wheelchair.

His life probably wouldn’t normally grab much attention if it weren’t for Pete Anderson’s determined effort simply to be able to communicate with his own family once again. As his disease took hold, Pete Anderson began writing a memoir for his daughter.

Lisa Whitehead takes up their story.

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