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Spark Therapeutics 23h
Since our founding in 2013, the breadth of perspectives from patients, families and leaders in patient advocacy has helped shape us. Their resilience is our inspiration to continue to . Hear their stories:
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Banjari Ki Duniya Jan 16
Dhanya Sanal started scaling Agasthyarkoodam, being the first woman to do so since the Kerala High Court ordered that females could not be banned from climbing the mountain.
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leecurlywurly Mar 5
Watched tonight, powerfully highlights the impact of sign language communication.
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freedom4girls 14 Oct 17
'How come people don't talk about periods being RED?
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Powered by Girl 14 Oct 17
"Making assumptions is one of the most dangerous things we can do."
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Lucy Russell Dec 3
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Every Month 14 Oct 17
"This is sick" being my way of saying thank you very much for organising this wonderful event
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Michael Perdue Jun 3
Replying to @DUPleader
This is the way Northern Ireland should be
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WEP Shipley 14 Oct 17
Excited to be at event with - period poverty shouldn't exist in 21st Century Britain
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Andrea Cowans 14 Oct 17
finding out more about period poverty at Leeds civic hall with students from
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The Cup Effect 17 Oct 17
About this weekend. Our founder was a speaker at the conference in Leeds.
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freedom4girls 14 Oct 17
Panel debate: what can we learn from the Global South?
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no more taboo. 14 Oct 17
. 'We CANNOT assume period experiences of transpeople'
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Laura Wood 14 Oct 17
Great morning with the crew at fantastic talks from and
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Tamsyn O'Connor 🇪🇺 14 Oct 17
. Grateful and so much more hopeful of a better future for women after hearing you talk today in Leeds at
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Farheen Najeeb 3h
“The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek.” 💎 ― Joseph Campbell
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Sanah Christopher Jun 20
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Plan Tanzania Apr 10
Menstrual hygiene is not just about the management of the menstrual period but also the need to address societal beliefs and taboos surrounding the issue. 
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Chelsea FC Women 11 Oct 17
Today for we are helping our charity partner to . More 👉
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Kerry Smith 14 Oct 17
Great points from that you should not make assumptions about cultural norms and menstruation
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