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The Patricia Raskin Show

The Patricia Raskin Show

Monday at 11 AM Pacific

June 01st 2009:Embracing Epilepsy

Scott Mannis has suffered from epilepsy for six years, including a two-year diagnostic period that severely limited his mobility. Now, after embracing his condition as a reality he had to live with for an indefinite period of time, he is able to control his seizures, and through all of this he has found his voice. Inspired by Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me to the Moon”, Scott aspires to build a name for himself as someone who exclusively sings to benefit others.

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Scott Mannis is a junior in college at Columbia University, majoring in astrophysics. Aside from his academic course load, Scott pursues independent theoretical research in cosmology. Additionally, he loves to sing! Scott joined the internationally award]winning, Young Peoplefs Chorus of New York City at the age of eleven, where he was a member for six years. During his involvement with the chorus, he performed regularly for the city of New York at annual concerts, benefits, and high]profile events such as the reopening of the Statue of Liberty, several times at Lincoln Center, and at Carnegie Hall. Many of the chorusf performances were for charitable causes. Scott began to perfo
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