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to Cure EB (Registered charity 1158672)

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Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa


Sohana has lived with Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa (“RDEB”) since she was born in 2002.That means she has never known even one day without pain. I cannot imagine what that is like, even though I dress her wounds daily – can you?

She amazes us all with her sunny, positive, humorous outlook on life. Her resilience and fighting spirit are obvious to everyone who has contact with her – but what she dreams of most – is a cure.

There are up to 8000 children and adults living with EB in the UK, 500,000 worldwide. RDEB causes blisters and wounds and is like having very severe burns, outside and inside, eventually leading to skin cancer. Currently there is no cure but enormous strides have led us to the brink of gene therapy treatments and cures.

Cure EB is currently funding a gene therapy trial in adults but we need to go even further towards a cure so that one day soon, Sohana and others with EB can also, have a life free from pain.

Sharmila Collins
Sohana’s mum
(Founder and Trustee Cure EB)

There is only one thing in my life that I hate and that is EB. I have never had a day with no pain and it is almost torture to watch people do things that I know I can’t ” 

Why not join our network of friends across the country by hosting your own Cure EB Butterfly Brunch?

Come on, get your wings on and register here, and help us spread ours!

Fight for a Life Free of Pain.

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