With Hanukah wrapped up, and Christmas just around the corner, things are getting pretty crazy. Take a second to relax and check out these four stories.
First, we have a story about an artist raising awareness for her son’s rare condition, neurofibromatosis. Next, we have a contribution from a CIDP warrior on embracing life after a difficult diagnosis, followed by reflections on the late former President George H.W. Bush’s relationship to the rare community. Finally, we have a piece for people with EDS who are considering going to the chiropractor.
Sit back and enjoy this week’s Editor’s Choice.
NF doesn’t receive a lot of attention, but artist and mother Rachel Mindrup is working to make it more widely known.
CIDP changed Julie’s life in ways she never imagined, but she embraces each day as a blessing.
One part of George H.W. Bush’s life that isn’t discussed very often is his relationship to rare disease. However, it greatly impacted his family.
If you’re looking into chiropractors to help with EDS pain, here are some things you should keep in mind