Living with a Chronic Illness

According to the Scleroderma Foundation, while there is no proven cure for scleroderma, much can be done to prevent, minimize or alleviate its effects and symptoms. 

In this Scleroderma Foundation video and for the opening keynote of the 2012 edition of the National Patient Education Conference, watch Jim G. Lemons, Ed.D. speak about “How to Live with Chronic Illness”, focusing on coping with the disease and improving suffering.

Here’s another story from a chronic illness patient. Wyatt Wright a.k.a (Wyatt The Warrior),  a 9-year-old young man diagnosed with localized scleroderma (linear) at the age of 8.

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