rare diseases

More training for GPs and health care professionals in recognising the symptoms would undoubtedly help in reducing diagnosis times. Practically, together with training, a flow chart on how to address symptoms that may be very common if isolated, but together can define the onset of a connective tissue disease like scleroderma, would be a good starting point.
For more information about Rare Disease Day make sure to check out the official website as well as charities like Dreams Come True who do such an incredible job supporting those that are rare.
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