Mattias Larsson
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  • Kristianstad, Skane
  • Sweden
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Mattias Larsson and Donna Taylor are now friends
Dec 8, 2011
Andrea Cleary left a comment for Mattias Larsson
"Hi Mattias, welcome! Glad to hear that you have not lost your spark. I hope you can inspire some of the parents of the little ones just diagnosed. We are in the middle somewhere, as Simon is 11.5. Still walking and dancing with a big smile, and told…"
Dec 5, 2011
Mattias Larsson replied to JUAN PEDRO ARBULU's discussion Heart Failure Drugs Preserve Muscle in Muscular Dystrophy
"Seems promising but here in Scandinavia everything goes in slowmotion, if only this research could be shared with scientist in Europe maybe things will step up a notch. There must be a knowledge exchange in the search for answers against Duchenne, I…"
Dec 5, 2011
Mattias Larsson is now a member of PPMD Community
Dec 5, 2011

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About me:
Hi, you alredy know my name so i'll skip that. Im 23 years old from southern Sweden with Duchenne, they found out when I was a small 4 year old. Since then I've been fighting against the disease and gone through alot of things, hard stuff. Even though, I have'nt lost my humor or brightness!

I have bad days like everyone else, but I cannot just give up.

Im still always the loving and caring man only a little less strong!
About my family:
Very supportive all the way, also my two sisters have helped me alot. We're a strong family and we never back down for setbacks.
Age(s) of child(ren)/individual(s) with Duchenne:
19 or older
City:
Kristianstad, Skane

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At 5:11pm on December 5, 2011, Andrea Cleary said…

Hi Mattias, welcome!

Glad to hear that you have not lost your spark. I hope you can inspire some of the parents of the little ones just diagnosed. We are in the middle somewhere, as Simon is 11.5. Still walking and dancing with a big smile, and told me the other day that he was going to appreciate every moment, because he knew that one day he would not be able to walk. That"s hard to hear, but it isn"t the end of the world, as you so valiantly demonstrate. Thank you.

Cheers,

Andrea

 
 
 

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