Rheumatic diseases in children
The following film-clip is part of an awareness-raising campaign run by APMAR, an Italian association which is a member of FESCA.
The video features as its main character a 10-year-old boy named Alessio, who has scleroderma.
It was sent to us by Antonella Celano, the president of APMAR, with permission from both APMAR and the parents of the child.
Quote from youtube: When our children explore, jump, run, play, caress, dream, or are in trouble, there’s one thing we need to do: just look at them. Because small signs may hide big problems. Rheumatic diseases in children, a glance more, a problem less. Thanks to Alessandra Amoroso.
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