This giving season, we’re focusing on the story of Camryn Berry, a patient and a third year P.h.D. student researching pain mechanisms of fibrous dysplasia, McCune-Albright syndrome (FD/MAS).
Many patients with FD/MAS are diagnosed at a very young age, have visible physical asymmetry, and can feel overwhelmed with the medical complexity and social challenges of the disease. Camryn may relate to these obstacles, however she does not shy away from her own beauty. Serving as the face of this community is not just an inspirational cover story; Camryn embodies the idea of taking control of her narrative and making a positive difference.
We are the people most capable of advancing the research and treatment options available for those living with FD/MAS. Together, we can make a real difference.
Donating to the FD/MAS Alliance on Giving Tuesday (November 28) helps to create a strong community of care and a platform for patient advocacy, research funding, and more. We are the people most capable of advancing the research and treatment options available for those living with FD/MAS.
Our goal is to raise $100,000 by the end of the year to strengthen our community and to advance research and treatment. Please consider making a gift today because together we are better.