Living with a rare disease is daunting in every way imaginable. Having been a diffuse scleroderma, rare disease patient for 21 years, in my view, Research provides immense hope.
All of the trials which I have participated in, have been conducted at the Unit.
This Scleroderma Olympian is already in training, currently in full time hibernation.
However the 2016 parliamentary reception still remains one of my few patient highlights.
An edited version of this article was published here, in my Column with Scleroderma News.
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|Prof Chris Denton and I, Sept 2017|
|Chat Magazine May 2019|
|James Carver, myself, Prof Chris Denton|
I am immensely grateful to James Carver, former MEP, for organizing this event in memory of his late wife Carmen, who sadly passed from Scleroderma.
|The global Raynaud's trailblazer - Dr Howell and I, Sept 2017|
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