Links

Living with Superficial Siderosis

 

Well-researched, up-to-date and packed with both medical content and discursive commentary on the highs and lows of life with Superficial Siderosis. Rori Daniel's site and blog is an excellent read and an important resource.

Superficial Siderosis New Zealand

Where it all started. Before The Silent Bleed, there was Dave Hill and his informative blog. We're all indebted to Dave's dedication.

If you've come across webpages that you think we should add, please let us know. Or perhaps you're a blogger, writer or you're part of a Superficial Siderosis community in need of a little promotion - simply drop us a line.

Other places to go for help and information

Get Social with us!

Our Facebook group is a kind and compassionate space for people with superficial siderosis to share the ups and downs of everyday life - search 'superficial siderosis - the silent bleed' and send a request to join.

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