Think of a person with a chronic disease.
Let’s imagine this person in detail. The first symptoms made their appearance 5 years ago. Since then, this person has visited countless doctors in the search of understanding what was wrong. Looking back, it is evident that the disease has changed this person’s life in many profound different ways. It has forced her/him to give up some of their most enjoyable activities, such as practicing sports, travelling or even working. It is imposing on them substantial financial burdens, sometimes more than what their family can afford. And it is also affecting the lives and well-being of the people that care for them.Read more