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New English/Spanish Story: Emy: Localized Scleroderma

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#1 Judy Devlin

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Posted 30 April 2010 - 08:06 AM

Did you know the sclero.org site has a following all around the world? That's because we have content in 23 languages and many stories in foreign languages. Here is Emy's Spanish story, which was translated into English by ISN Translator, Alba Leon.

Emy: Localized Scleroderma
Hello! My name is Emy and I am twenty-six years old. When I was nine I noticed a small lesion, the size and shape of a coin in the temporal side of my skull. As time went by I began losing the hair in the area. I thought I was going bald, so I decided not to push it further, nor ask my parents...

(Español/Spanish) Emy: Esclerodermia Localizada
Hola! Mi nombre es Emy y tengo 26 años. A los 9 noté una pequeña lesión en forma de moneda en la zona temporal de mi cráneo y con el tiempo había perdido todo el cabello en el área. Pensé que tenía alopecia por lo que decidí no indagar más ni comentarle a mis padres...
There are over 1,000 patient and caregiver stories on the main Sclero.org site.
Warm regards,

Judy Devlin
ISN Archive Committee Chair
International Scleroderma Network