Lipodystrophy: The Importance of Awareness
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  May 23, 2018  
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#ALT# Lipodystrophy: The Importance of Awareness

An interview with Rebecca Sanders on behalf of World Lipodystrophy Day on 31st March 2018, disussing what Lipodystrophy is, living with Lipodystrophy and the relationship between lipodystrophy and leptin.

Read The Full Interview Here
 
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