20 Facts about Pediatric Scleroderma

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19. While localized scleroderma usually progresses in the early stages, it will often stop spreading and changing further after the first 3 to 4 years. In some cases, it might even be resolved by adulthood.

20. Scleroderma does not usually go away, but it is possible for it to remain at the same level and not getting any worse for several years.

Learn more about 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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