Prescription for Love Gets Washington Post Publicity

Two weeks ago we wrote an article on a fairly new online dating service called Prescription4Love. The service is aimed at people with unique conditions that find it hard to date because of the condition.Yesterday, the Washington Post wrote a story on Prescription4Love and how the service was influenced by the owner’s late brother, James Keith Durham.

From the article:

Launched in 2006, Prescription4Love was created by Ricky Durham in memory of his brother, James Keith Durham, who died in 2004 after a 15-year battle with Crohn’s disease.

“He couldn’t meet people,” remembers Durham. “He had a colostomy bag, so he didn’t feel comfortable meeting people.”

You can read the entire article here.

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