Spotlight on the Ssc Patient and Stem Cell Therapy

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“My name is Katrina and I served in the British Army 1999-2004 as a Combat Medical Technician.

Feeling ill with a variety of symptoms including increasingly severe Raynaud’s, it wasn’t until April 2008 that I was diagnosed with scleroderma.

At that time my skin scored about 28 (that’s poor), I suffered from carpel tunnel syndrome, inflammation and painful joints, and Raynaud’s.

My lungs became involved with a diagnosis of interstitial lung disease (ILD) in October 2013.”

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