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Graphic Photos of Woman's Life With Muscular Dystrophy Aren't Meant to Inspire You

Post by Kathleen Wong. Instagram is the platform of choice when it comes to showing off your best moments and curating the image that you want others to see. But 25-year-old Holly Warland uses the social media platform for just the opposite. Under @hollywiththemd, she gives others a candid, unapologetic, and unedited look into what it's like to live with muscular dystrophy -- no filter.
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