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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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Max’s Story
I am 49 years old and was diagnosed with Mastocytosis at the age of 16. I have extensive UP, covering most of my body except my face and I have some systemic symptoms – like enlarged liver and spleen. The only adverse side-effects I have is that I do have reactions to anything alcoholic (although 

Marcia and baby Samantha’s Story
My name is Marcia and after a wonderful (first) pregnancy I had Samantha by emergency C section. I remember when they lifted her out of my tummy I looked at her hands. I noticed what looked like a heat lump on the middle knuckle on her right hand but I didn’t think anything else about 

Vanessa’s Story
I am on Pariet [rabeprazole sodium], Lipidor [atorvastatin] and Prozac [fluoxetine]. I carry an epipen and Clarityn. I am allergic to Zirtek [cetirizine] and also Ventolin [salbutamol]. My worse problem seems to be a reaction to perfume and of course the depression which is under control with Prozac and a year’s counselling. I can’t eat 

 


 

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