July 16, 2012
My son was diagnosed with eosinophilic esophagitis over three years age. EoE is a rare disease and I did not know anyone with the disease. I felt very alone in caring for my son. I went to APFED's patient education conference in 2011 and met so many people dealing with the same issues that we were facing. APFED is committed to raising awareness, advocacy, and research. I have volunteered to help in APFED's legislative efforts to raise awareness and obtain funding for research. APFED is growing. I think APFED is taking steps to meet the challenges that growth presents and has a strong vision for the future.
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