The Andrea Foundation

A Foundation for Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. Fighting The Pain You Can’t See.

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Causes We Support

Our charities work to fight the devastating effects of extreme neglect in the United State and worldwide for Ehlers-Danlos Suffers. We support cost-effective initiatives that provide everyday basics – such as early diagnosis for all 6 types of EDS, medical equipment, health care, education – and promote cutting-edge research to find the best solutions to…

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Why The Zebra

Why The Zebra

“When you hear the sound of hooves, think horses, not zebras.” This phrase is taught to medical students throughout their training. In medicine, the term “zebra” is used in reference to a rare disease or condition. Doctors are taught to assume that the simplest explanation is usually correct to avoid patients being misdiagnosed with rare…

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Contribute, help a life!

We’ll love you to be a part of our mission. With your generous donation from kind people like you are crucial to our unremitting ability to help Ehlers-Danlos Suffers and visibility of the Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome among the general public. Every contribution you make—no matter how large or small—assists us in carrying forward our mission to…

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