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Elizabeth G: Diffuse Scleroderma

I have a low income, and I was fired from my job since I cannot work as I used to.

Apricot Flower by Sherrill Knaggs, ISN ArtistI was diagnosed with this illness eighteen months ago, and up to now my problems have only gotten worse. I am getting ulcers on my fingers and toes, and sometimes my hands turn either clear black or whitish.

I have a low income, and I was fired from my job since I cannot work as I used to.

I am searching for more information on this illness and I would like to know whether it is permanent or if I can find something that cures me.

Thank you very much.

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Story edited 06-26-06 JTD
Story posted 08-04-06 SLE

ISN Senior Artist: Sherrill Knaggs
Story Translator: Alba León
Story Editor: Judith Thompson Devlin
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ISN Artist: Sherrill Knaggs (In Loving Memory)

Sherrill KnaggsSherrill Knaggs, ISN Artist, created the digital photo to illustrate the story on this page. Sherrill lived in New Zealand. Her story was featured in ISN's book, Voices of Scleroderma Volume 2.

ISN Translator and Editor: Alba León

Alba LeonAlba León is the ISN Translator for this page. She is studying international relations in Mexico City.

ISN Story Editor: Judith Thompson Devlin

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