Living with a chronic illness is never easy. When you get diagnosed with a disease that is going to be with you for the rest of your life, like scleroderma, you have to adapt to your new life. But how can you do that? What should you keep doing and what should you avoid doing while living with scleroderma?
Here are some common misconceptions about scleroderma.
In this video shared by Gifted Life, Lauren Rowe talks about some of the things that people living with a chronic illness often do, but they definitely shouldn’t be doing.
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