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Anne's journey to diagnosis wasn't as easy one, with her symptoms starting when she was a teenager. Thanks to a rheumatologist, Anne was finally diagnosed with AS and was referred to hydrotherapy, which has had a huge impact on her life.
Ann Balby, President of the Rhondda Rotary Club, elected NASS as her charity for the year. Read to find out the amazing fundraising that she did to support NASS and everyone affected by axial SpA (AS).
In July, John Lankshear decided to combine his passion for photography with a challenge for NASS. On his 20km walk, John captured some stunning shots of the New Forest and raised money for everyone affected by axial SpA (AS).
Emily got in touch with NASS to share her story in the hope that others may have an easier and quicker journey to managing their axial spondyloarthritis than she had herself, and to thank those who continue to support her.