Community Health Leaders
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Current health leaders
As a chronic illness sufferer, chronic hives is fairly new to Christy’s list of medical problems. She started having symptoms more than four years ago, but wasn’t diagnosed until a few years later. Read more.
Trishna was diagnosed with chronic hives and angiodema in 2013, after a number of months of having experienced worsening flares. She also lives with other chronic conditions, including multiple sclerosis, irritable bowel syndrome, polycystic ovarian syndrome and OCD. Read more.
Andressa is a mother, stepmother and wife and has recently moved to the sunny state of Florida. Before that she lived in New Jersey, but it was way too cold there. Read more.
Lynn Julian is an Award-winning Author/Speaker/Advocate, who suffered a disabling stage accident, and then, mere months after her six-year-long recovery, became an injured survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing. Lynn wears more hats than a Hydra has heads! Read more.
Elisa is a work-from-home wife and mom of four kids. In addition to being a Patient Leader, she is a travel agent specializing in travel for people with chronic health conditions. Elisa has dealt with chronic hives for the last few years, with her condition worsening alongside mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS) and severe eosinophilic asthma. Read more.
Kelly lived a joyously hive-free life until a few years ago when hives of all shapes and sizes started making daily appearances on different parts of her body. Through lots of trial and error, Kelly has gotten better at managing triggers and learning how to live with chronic hives. Read more.
Ambre is a mom, advocate, and writer. She has lived with Chronic Hives since 2014. She has written about her journey with chronic illness, feeding tubes, and home parenteral nutrition (HPN) on her blog, “Living with Dysautonomia.” Read more.
CJ’s chronic hives journey began in July 2018 when she started experiencing outbreaks from an unknown source. Two months later, she was diagnosed with idiopathic urticaria. Read more.
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