Monday, November 17, 2014

Storytelling Tip - November 17

"A good rare disease story is both personal and educational. It explains the disease enough and in a way that the general public can understand. It does not necessarily gloss over the facts and couch everything in terms of hope. It is honest. It is personal."

-Sarah E. Kucharski @AfternoonNapper, writer & founder of FMD Chat - Fibromuscular Dysplasia Support

Follow today's edition of the Running on Stories series at the RARE Daily by Global Genes: Flashing “Share Your Story” Is Not Enough

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