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As part of Scleroderma Awareness Month, World Scleroderma Day focuses on an autoimmune disorder that is marked by the hardening and thickening of connective tissues about the human body. While this rare disease may not be popularly known to Trinidad and Tobago, experts say the data received suggest that there are at least 150 persons living in this country with the disease. Susan Spence , a co-founder of the Scleroderma Care Foundation, sat down with Marie Hull and told her what it's like living with Scleroderma.

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