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Service Dog Project Dec 30
Replying to @OIFoundation
(2/2) This is what we do: This video of Eve was made 6 months later. With Finn's help, Eve has remained . Eve is stronger. Her gait is more stable. She's more confident.
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Barcroft TV Apr 5
“I don’t have time to pity myself because there is nothing to feel sorry for, this is what it is. I don’t really have a choice but to be positive and live my life.” 🙌
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PerfectlyImperfecta Feb 27
Tomorrow is Rare Disease Day! Please Wear Blue Jeans to show your support!
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PerfectlyImperfecta Nov 14
You can always choose to be happy.
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🌺CHARMAIGNE🌺 Mar 22
My poor girly fractured her right arm already😪, at birth it was her left arm that was fractured, and two of her legs that were broken in the womb and healed the wrong way.❤️ hoping for a speedy recovery.❤️
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Agape Family Life House Apr 15
Please welcome the newest addition to Agape Family Life House. Her name is Madison she is 8 months old.
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Janet Maistros 6 Dec 16
Thanks for visiting the hospital Hope you and my son, James, are feeling better soon.
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PerfectlyImperfecta 23 Mar 17
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🌺CHARMAIGNE🌺 Mar 24
Amelia, my strong little girl.💝
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Rare Lives 1 Feb 17
is a disease that makes your bones weaker. I had several fractures and they took a long time to get healed.
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Elina 27 Feb 17
Happy rare disease day to fellow rare peeps 💕
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EMG Apr 5
In May, our member Colin Farquharson will be walking the 97 miles of the West Highland Way in an ambitious 4 days, all in aid of - you can support him at
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PerfectlyImperfecta Apr 19
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Rare Diseases Europe Feb 28
At today's event held on the European Reference Network for rare bone diseases (ERN BOND) is presenting its white paper on diagnosis including results of a survey of patients that showed the diagnosis procedure can take up to 4 years.
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PerfectlyImperfecta Feb 14
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Omar Solo 3 Jan 17
S/O to my 2 year STUD of a old nephew going thru surgery this morning!!
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Erin 🦄 21h
I relate to this. My disability is "invisible." People have said rude things to me or give me dirty looks when I use handicapped. This is also the same reason I refuse to use my walker on bad days. People glare at me then too.
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Maria Trenza Apr 20
En este año celebramos el con una gran fiesta. ¿Quién se apunta? 🙋‍♀️
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Brittle Bone Society Apr 20
Happy ! Read this fabulous blog by BBS Guest Blogger on her experience of the UK disability benefits system
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Hands Free Computing Apr 20
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