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12 things NOT to say to someone with a chronic illness

Read our list of what not to say to someone dealing with chronic conditions!

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12 Tips for Going to College with a Chronic Illness

Going through college with a chronic illness can be extremely difficult. We put together a list of our 12 tips we wish we knew starting off!

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