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A Spotlight on CIDP

Learn more about this rare neurological disorder.

CIDP patient Elizabeth Thirtyacre

Every day in February, we’re sharing content about rare diseases in anticipation of Rare Disease Day on the last day of the month. Today, learn about living with CIDP from patient Elizabeth Thirtyacre.

Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy, also known as CIDP, is a rare neurological disorder. CIDP causes inflammation of the nerves and can impact a person’s ability to move their arms and legs. It can also cause pain and weakness.

See Elizabeth’s Promising Tips:

Video: What One Patient Wants You to Know About CIDP

Video: What Can You Do Today?

Also, check out our interview with GBS/CIDP Foundation founder Estelle Benson.