We are delighted that Tracy Jallow's patient story has finally been published in the British Medical Journal.
It was a long wait, but we got there in the end!
Needless to say that the BMJ is one of the most widely read medical journals, so this will really help raise awareness of APS/Hughes syndrome.
It is a shame that Tracy had to go through much before a diagnosis was made, but we are thankful she shared her experience so that other people can, hopefully, be diagnosed more quickly.
Thanks to Dr Heidi Lempp for helping us get this published, and also Professor David D'Cruz for giving his expert opinion in the paper.
Please click here to read the full article.