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Some people with systemic scleroderma have mild enough symptoms that they are able to continue working for years, or even decades. However, others may find that they are unable to continue working full time.
|Overview of Assistive Devices
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U.K. Disability Programs
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|Overview of Free and Low Cost Medication Programs
Medication Assistance Programs
Medical Discount Programs
|Mail Order Prescriptions
U.K. Medication Programs
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|Overview of Medical Alert Programs||Do It Yourself Medical Alert Programs|
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Blind and Physically Handicapped
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