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50,000 euros for research blister disease EB

10 December 2015

Eleven Flowers Fund has donated €50,000 for the research of Petra de Graaf on the blistering disease Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). This project is closely related to the research of Jan Maarten van Dijl on EB, but focuses more on the socio-psychological aspects of the disease. De Graaf will research stress associated with wound care of children with EB, often carried out by the parents themselves.

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