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As we all deal with daily life with MVP, it’s important to remember that new people are being diagnosed all the time. The standards of diagnosis are much stricter these days, so generally newly diagnosed patients are much sicker. They have access to many more resources, but it’s no less scary or intimidating when dealing with a heart condition.

Carli’s story: nsucurrent.nova.edu

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About Lorelei Logsdon

I have been diagnosed with MVP for over 20 years. I started a large informational and support Web site for MVPS patients in 1997, which is now MVPsyndrome.com. I am a professional writer, with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies and a master’s degree in English. I currently live in North Carolina with my husband, son, and a spoiled little Chihuahua.

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