In December 2014 a 41-year-old South Australian became the hundredth woman to be listed on the LAM Australia database. Her diagnosis came as a shock to her and to her close friends….who had ever heard of lymphangioleiomyomatosis?! We added another woman each month to a total of 105 in May 2015. However, as has been said elsewhere, there are likely to be more who have yet to be diagnosed, or who have not yet contacted LAM Australia.
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LAM educational symposium
If you are living with LAM, or are close to or treating someone who has this rare disease, we hope you will join us for the LAM educational symposium. For more details and to register
Kate Wingrave’s Story
“November 2010 is a month I will never forget. This was the month when I was rushed to hospital with severe back pain and came home diagnosed with lymphangioleiomyomatosis, a disease I'd never heard of before.”