10 People Share What It’s Like to Live with an Invisible Illness

10 People Share What It’s Like to Live with an Invisible Illness

February 28th is Rare Disease Day -- a day dedicated to raising awareness for the 300 million people across the globe who live with rare diseases. Due to the rarity of many diseases, treatment options and medical representation are oftentimes neglected, making it harder for patients and their loved ones to get the treatment and attention they deserve.  On this Rare Disease Day, we're sharing the stories of several people living with rare or invisible illnesses to help shed much-needed light on the challenges faced by millions across the world. VOICES IN THE COMMUNITY  We recognize that voices within this community are often neglected, so we reached out to a few of our friends with various forms of dysautonomia to share their stories and provide tips for people who want to learn more about chronic and invisible illnesses. We are extremely grateful for their willingness to share their personal stories and insights below.  AIMEE ESTHER – A happy, productive,...
Noah McDermott - Feb 26, 2021
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