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Kathleen Downes

  Living with cerebral palsy is an adventure. My black sparkly power wheelchair and I have seen it all together. Society often says that a

Victoria Goodman

During the month of February in 2013 I was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease. I was sixteen years old, a junior in high school, and scared

Jeremy Razo

I came into the world as a premature baby of seven months. Doctors told my mother the odds of my survival were slim, as my

Nikita Ussin

Living with any medical condition is a test of both faith and endurance.  Depending on the condition, life can be a daily obstacle.  However, it

Matrice Iantorno

This is my story of the triumphs and struggles of living with Crohn’s disease. I was diagnosed in October 2014 with Crohn’s disease shortly after

Holly Dwyer

With over 300,000 children living with some form of juvenile arthritis in the US, you wouldn’t think it would be this lonely; but when you

Amber Igodan

As a child I was born with a painful disease, Sickle Cell Anemia. Sickle Cell is a blood disorder that changes the shape of red

Macy Szucs

Society glamorizes illnesses in movies and television shows, but trust me living with a chronic disease is no Hallmark movie with a happy ending. In

Cami Gerritts

I found out my second semester of my freshman year at the University of Wisconsin-Madison that I have a disease called sarcoidosis, more specifically I

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