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Brittle Bone Society
The Brittle Bone Society was established in 1968. We support the needs of people born with the rare condition Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI), and their families in the UK and Republic of Ireland.
We work towards improving the quality of life for people diagnosed with OI by providing emotional support, signposting and information, financial help for wheelchairs and equipment, and raising awareness of the condition. We offer access to a range of educational and networking events. We also support and work with specialist healthcare professionals. We get involved in campaigns and offer an advocacy role when required at a policy level.
Our charity mission seeks a world in which the needs of people living with OI are better understood, respected and fully met.
We continue to develop our Patient and Public Involvement groups over time and encourage our members and supporters to influence our strategic direction.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Brittle Bone Society
30 Guthrie Street
- DD1 5BS
- Last Updated
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