Birdman: Roger and Julie Ford, Caring Bridge. Roger passed away on 9-21-09, after having had his stem cell transplant for scleroderma.
Blog: Jackie Sue We Love You. Jackie passed away on November 30th, 2011. Jackie had GVHD. The blog covered her progress after her mini-allo MUD transplant. Her transplant was the first one to be performed by the Mayo Clinic. Bruce and Jackie. (Also see Graft vs. Host Disease, GVHD)
Blog: Living With Hope. I have scleroderma, avascular necrosis, cervical spinal disc disease, pulmonary fibrosis, pulmonary aterial hypertension, and several other things that go with these diseases. I was diagnosed in 1991. I am 56. Brian, my husband was diagnosed three years ago with early onset Alzheimer's. He is 57. Dee Dee Hunt.
Denelle's Journal. A journal of Denelle's experience at Northwestern during her stem cell transplant.
Kealy's Journey with Linear Scleroderma from Mom's Perspective. Terry Bullard.
Listen and Laugh. A humorous blog from a senior citizen with scleroderma. Natasha Lubin.
Sharon's Stem Cell Transplant Blog, "Spreading our wings in Windy City". Sharon and Craig.
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