Fabry Awareness Month
April is Fabry Awareness Month
This year for Fabry Awareness Month our aim is to highlight what life is like living with Fabry disease and delve into a world that can often be hidden from society. So let's open up and start a conversation about Fabry disease.
How to get involved
Read 'Your Stories' - Find out what life with Fabry disease is like direct from our Fabry community. We have a collection of stories from people living with Fabry disease as well as professionals who see Fabry disease every day. Gain a better understanding of how this disease affects those who live with it.
Claire O'Meara - Claire is one of our guest bloggers who talks candidly about her experiences of being diagnosed with Fabry and her journey of living with a rare disease. Claire recalls how she first felt when she first started getting symptoms saying, "32, young fun living life and boom hit by what I can only describe as a tidal wave of fatigue and body pain that came from nowhere.."
Derralynn Hughes - Derralynn is one of our new trustees. She is also a Professor of Experimental Haematology at University College London, Clinical Director of Research and Innovation at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, and Co-Clinical Director of the NCL Cancer Alliance. Derralynn is also Chair of the European Working Group on Gaucher Disease.
Get social, help raise awareness of life with Fabry disease by sharing these stories on your social channels.
Our helpline is open 9-5pm
Monday-Friday: 0345 389 9901
Out of hours support line open 5pm-10pm Monday-Friday and weekends:
07712 653 258
Help us support those living with Fabry disease by making a donation to the charity. Our members face so many challenges because of their symptoms, we are here to make life as easy as possible so they can live life to their full potential.