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Finding Hope Through LAM Community Engagement

Posted on May 14, 2021   |   

I was diagnosed with LAM and probable Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC) in 2019 at 26 years old, when I was working three jobs and attending graduate school in Colorado. As an active twenty-something still trying to figure out my life, the stress of understanding what this diagnosis meant for my future weighed heavily on me.

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Topics: Community Engagement diagnosis        Categories: Patient Profiles

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Author: Sharlene Dunn, Patient and Clinical Programs Director

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Zooming-In on What Matters: Education. Connection. Hope.

Posted on April 16, 2021   |   

March 2020. LAMposium as we know it is cancelled. May 2020. LAMposium in Your Living Room goes viral. Whoops, that is, virtual.

Last spring, when it became clear to us that we would not be gathering as a LAM community in Cincinnati, we at the Foundation quickly shifted our focus to designing virtual experiences that would capture the key elements of our beloved LAMposium. It is this vision that frames our virtual educational series, Read More

Topics: LAMposium in Your Living Room        Categories: Educational Resources