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Bendy joints, stretchy skin, clumsiness. Why hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome is often missed – and what it has to do with autism

By Marie-Claire Seeley, PhD Candidate, Australian Dysautonomia and Arrhythmia Research Collaborative, University of Adelaide
The most common form of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome could affect more people than we think. When doctors miss it, or confuse it with something else, the impact can be devastating.The Conversation

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