Editor’s Choice: Pharma Freebies, Gadgets, & Nightmares

Happy Friday Patient Worthians!

PW Contributor Nolan is back in our Video Series with his details on dystonia treatment. We also have some cool info on EDS gadgets!

What do pharmaceutical companies mean by “freebies”? Find out more below. If you’re a parent, then you’ll want to read more on Zellweger below.

So sit back and enjoy this week’s Editor’s Choice!

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Nolan Discusses Dystonia Treatment

PW Contributor Nolan wows us again on all of the treatments he’s tried in regards to his dystonia.

Check out his video here.

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Make Your EDS Life Awesome With These Helpful Gadgets

Technology is awesome.

See what it can do for you if you are suffering with rare disease!

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Source: www.pixabay.com

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When Pharma Hands Out Hemophilia Freebies, Are They Really Free?

We all have different goals when it comes to our health… and be “we” I mean us patients versus pharma (sometimes).

Whatever your bottom-line is, check out this article on pharma “freebies”.

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Source: www.giphy.com

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Why Zellweger Syndrome is a Parent’s Worst Nightmare

What do you know about Zellweger Syndrome? If the answer is nothing, you’re not alone!

Read here to find out why it’s important for you to know as a parent.

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Jessica Gladwell

Jessica Gladwell

Jessica Gladwell is one of PW's consultants and patient editors. She has lived with late-stage, chronic Lyme and POTS since circa 2002. She has also served as a caregiver to close family members with late-stage, chronic Lyme. Before diagnosis, she served as a business consultant for a large corporation and PM for a small digital branding agency. Now, she is proactive in the rare and neurological disease community, spreading awareness and advising on matters of health and lifestyle when living with a chronic illness.

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