Away from the testing, research and medication, there's everyday life.

There's family, career, community, going to the cinema and making sure there's enough milk for breakfast. Superficial Siderosis gets in the way of life while you're not looking.

Contributed to by guest bloggers and in-house writers alike, this page is dedicated to the small things we do every day to fight back and battle on regardless.

March 15, 2019

With a promise of an alert card, a care coordinator and better research, will the UK Strategy for Rare Diseases provide better outcomes for people with superficial siderosis?

March 4, 2019

It was Rare Disease Day last week. Exciting developments for Superficial Siderosis included Living with Superficial Siderosis' deputation to Capitol Hill for research funding and another one thousand pounds presented to Dr Michael Levy for his important research (with...

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