Dr. Fraser Henderson and Patient interviewed by WTVR

Dr. Fraser Henderson and Patient, Kristin Means, interviewed by WTVR “Virginia This Morning”

Kristen Means discusses her journey with EDS. 1 in 10 Americans have hypermobility connective tissue disorders, according to EDS expert, Dr. Fraser C. Henderson, Sr. MD. That's 30 million people - and we don't know exactly how many are afflicted with EDS. Many of them suffer daily with invisible pain and chronic fatigue. Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome must be diagnosed by a knowledgeable Geneticist. Tell someone about EDS today! Learn more at www.edsawareness.com


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