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All our members receive a free copy of our quarterly, colour newsletter via post or email. The ever-popular Scleroderma News keeps members up-to-date on developments and events taking place within the Society. It also prints medical and scientific articles written by healthcare professionals and scientists on a broad range of topics, which may range from medical treatments, to research developments or ways to deal with a particular symptom or problem. It gives readers an insight into the different fundraising and awareness events that take place around the UK and across the world and publicises events that may be of interest to readers.

 

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Previous versions of Scleroderma News can be downloaded from the links below:

 

 

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