Raynaud’s in a Nutshell
Throughout June, our resident blogger, Nicola Whitehill, decided to post daily information and facts about scleroderma every day for the duration of Scleroderma Awareness Month. See all her articles here.
One of the topics she chose to write about was Raynaud’s, and according to the John Hopkins Scleroderma Center, it is one of the early symptoms of scleroderma.
While not everyone with Raynaud’s will develop scleroderma, almost every scleroderma patient has Raynaud’s symptoms.
Thankfully, as scientific studies evolve, there are now ways to manage the symptoms of Raynaud’s that some scleroderma patients are responding well to.
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