Warriors in the News


 

Finding Help and Support

Finding the LGDA was a lifeline for Tracy and her family ‘Feeling that you belong somewhere - helps.  Knowing that you can talk to someone that understands - helps.  Being able to share your experiences so others can learn from it - helps.  So why is it still the case ...
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Supporting the Mission

All over the world, Warriors and the people who care about them make great efforts through fundraisers and awareness events to support the LGDA's mission. Generalized lymphatic anomaly (GLA, also known as lymphangiomatosis), kaposiform lymphangiomatosis, Gorham-Stout disease (GSD), central conducting lymphatic anomaly (CCLA), and the other rare lymphatic anomalies are ...
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Family Hosts World #LGDAwareness Event

The image is of an article that appeared in the local newspaper where the van der Velden family lives in The Netherlands. The family is hosting an event in conjunction with the first World #LGDAwareness Day on May 26, 2017. Below the image is a translation of the text. Family ...
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Warrior Featured in ATS Publication

ATS Patient Voices 3: Their Stories, Their Words, a new ebook release by the American Thoracic Society Public Advisory Roundtable (ATS PAR), features the story of LGDA Warrior Megan Gray's journey with lymphangiomatosis. Megan's story will be familiar to many of those diagnosed with lymphangiomatosis and their families; the LGDA ...
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National Organization for Rare Disorders to Honor LGDA Patient and Mother

NORD to Present Awards at “Portraits of Courage” Celebration, May 8, 2014, in Washington DC Rare disease patients, patient advocates, two members of Congress and companies that have brought novel new therapies to patients will be honored at the “Portraits of Courage Celebration” of the National Organization for Rare Disorders ...
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LGDA Intercedes to find help for Child in South America

In early April 2013 the Lymphangiomatosis & Gorham's Disease Alliance (LGDA) was contacted by Dr. Mishy Lesser, a Boston-based educator, seeking assistance for a child in the Amazon jungle region of Ecuador. Dr. Lesser had just received an urgent plea for help from a former student, Ladio Dominguez, who resides in ...
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