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Hi everyone! I'm Angie from Italy. I graduated in Foreign Languages and Literatures from the University of Bologna. I took on the position of ISN Italian Guide and I'll be entirely at your disposal for any question!
Why did I choose to get involved in this amazing project carried out by ISN? There are several reasons; let me start with telling you my story!
My mother got diagnosed with scleroderma a few years ago and this event had such a big impact on my life that I began to realize I was very lucky to be able to read and understand another language (as English). Thanks to my skills I managed to help my mom in many ways, otherwise impossible for her. I know I can make a difference for those like my mother who, due to a lack of information on this disease in their home country, don't have the slightest idea who to talk to in order to get some help and useful advice. I want to spread all the information we have about scleroderma and reach as many people as possible! From now on that will be my task!
I'm here to HELP and I'll do my best! Thanks for giving me this great opportunity. You may email me at [email protected], in either Italian or English.
ISN welcomes Angela Abati: ISN Italian Guide. Angela graduated in Foreign Languages and Literatures from the University of Bologna. She will be translating Italian medical pages, answering Italian site inquiries, and overseeing the development of our Italian section and services. Posted 01-13-09. (Also see Sclero Italian Version)
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