Jeff Wuchich is the president of the Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood Foundation, an organization dedicated to raising awareness of and funding for research of Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood (AHC). AHC is a rare and debilitating neurological disorder for which there is currently no known cure. The disease causes temporary bouts of paralysis throughout the body, and can affect both children and adults. In this podcast, Wuchich discusses the effects of AHC; how the AHC Foundation is spearheading the push for research through fundraising efforts, including the “1 in a Million” campaign; the significance of Rare Disease Day; and his personal experience with the disease. Jeff’s son Matthew currently suffers from AHC, for which there is no known cure.