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Telling Teachers About Your Child's Rare Disease

One mom's tips for ensuring a child's condition is managed in the classroom.



For parents of children with a rare disease, ensuring their condition is managed outside of the home can be a source of anxiety. Cheryl French is living with hereditary angioedema and raising children with the rare condition that can cause painful swelling. One piece of advice she has for parents is to add a medical ID bracelet to your back to school shopping list. See more of her Promising Tips in the video above.