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UK Masto - Support, Advocacy, Research

 

Vision for UK Masto:

To help deliver a cure for Mast Cell Diseases including mastocytosis and mast cell activation syndromes, and ensure all those with these diseases receive early and correct diagnoses, optimal treatment, and the emotional support they need.

Goals of UK Masto:

To support Mast Cell Disease patients so they can better understand their disease; to be the patients’ voice as advocates with all key stakeholders; and to be lead proponents and supporters of world class research into all forms of Mast Cell Disease; delivered through a world-class charity.

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Gloria’s Story
I am a 70 year old. My first attack was 14 years ago. It started with diarrhoea, face flushing, breathlessness and anaphylaxis. My husband was with me, he phoned the paramedics and then applied CPR as I had stopped breathing. I was rushed to hospital and against all odds I was resuscitated. I spent 4 

Kylie and daughter Lucia’s Story
I’m Kylie and we have three daughters, my youngest Lucia is aged 7 months. Here is a bit about Lucia’s condition. Lucia was about 4 months old when she was diagnosed with Urticaria Pigmentosa, she had the spots on her body for about 2 months beforehand but the GP had no idea what they were 

Sheila’s Story
History of masto and me: Odd pink freckles appeared on my thighs in my early thirties, no other symptoms. In my late forties I mentioned it to my GP as they had multiplied significantly. By now I was also getting hives/nettle rash when stressed (I had quite a stressy job). He referred me to the 

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